Win-It-Wednesday: Goodbye Gluten Bread

If you’re looking to say goodbye to gluten and hello to good tasting bread you’ve got to try Goodbye Gluten, a new gluten-free bread.

Goodbye Gluten Bread is soft (yes… really, really, really soft), not crumbly and tasty to beat. My first bite had me concocting images of grilled cheese sandwiches, French toast, and lunch boxes sandwiches that would make my lunch-time yum-time.

The best part about this bread is that it is found in the real bread aisle in the supermarket. Yes. The REAL BREAD AISLE. Not the frozen food section. I like this since fresh-baked bread belongs in the bread aisle, not the frozen aisle hanging out with the frozen peas, pizzas and popsicles.

This shelf-stable bread comes in two types – Goodbye Gluten White Bread & Goodbye Gluten Multigrain Bread – both are freshly-baked in certified gluten-free bakeries. The breads also carry the Gluten-Free Certification seal from the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (

The breads are now just available in the Midwest in retailers such as Giant Eagle, Jewel-Osco, Cub Foods, Roundy’s, Kowalski’s, Lunds & Byerly’s, Super One and Hornbachers across the Midwest. But this is just Goodbye Gluten’s first phase of the brands launch. So be on the look out for these delicious breads soon in a store, in the real bread aisle, in a store near you!

All these delicious and non-frozen reasons are why I am so excited that Goodbye Gluten is this WIN-It-Wednesday’s sponsor on

A total of four (4) BeFreeForMe members will be selected to win a prize for this contest. The prize is a loaf of each of two types of the Goodbye Gluten Breads. Two winner will be randomly selected from the entries received before Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 11:59 PM EST, and two more winners will be randomly selected to win from the entries received between Wednesday, October 10 and Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 11:59 PM. SO – make sure you enter to win two times!

How can you win?

Reply to this blog and let us know how you would enjoy this soft, chewy, shelf-stable bread the most. Me? Grilled Cheese the whole way.

Good luck, Goodbye Gluten … and as always,
Be Free!

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152 Responses to “Win-It-Wednesday: Goodbye Gluten Bread”

  1. Nikki Says:

    I’d love to make a grilled cheese and tomato with this scrumptious-sounding bread!

  2. Debi Says:

    This bread sounds amazing goos taste, gluten free, and soft. I don’t know about anyone else but I have been gluten free for 5 years or more with my husband and I CANNOT stand the smell of gluten-ated bread it makes feel ill, so having it in the “the real bread isle” is not a good thing. I literally hold my breath when I get near “that” isle or the bakery when it is in full swing. Sorry got off on my tangent of the bread isle…..

  3. Linda Says:

    A pimento cheese sandwich! Yum.

  4. Kelsey webber Says:

    This bread sounds delicious and I would love to try it! Can’t wait for “real” bread again!!

  5. Francine Says:

    I’ve been thinking about french toast but gf bread just doen’t seem to be made for that. It would be wonderful to be a ble to make french toast again!!

  6. ashley veach Says:

    grilled cheese all the way!!!

  7. Nan Says:

    Oh my…bread that is soft and shelf stable. That would be wonderful. I would fix me a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich. Gosh that sounds so good

  8. Nadine Mogan Says:

    I just want to enjoy any sandwich in real bread, w/o it falling apart! Specifically a tuna salad sandwich.

  9. shelia himes Says:

    I would enjoy to finally have my peanut butter & jelly sandwiches back.

  10. Renee Gillick Says:

    I’d love to try the Goodbye Gluten bread for my son who has Celiac’s. I think we’d make a good ‘ol club with ham, turkey, fresh cooked bacon, cheddar cheese, pepperjack, lettuce and a little mustard.

  11. Michele Ambrogio Says:

    Giant Eagle has been offering $1.00 coupons for this bread. Thanks for telling us its in the regular bread aisle as I’ve been looking in the frozen section where the gluten free breads are. Can’t wait to have my daughter try it.

  12. Sharon Parker Says:

    That sounds great! gooey beanut butter & jelly sandwich that you know will hold up when you hold it and not fall apart at each bite. I love a good sticky PB&J. I’ve been waiting for a bread that’s soft and squishy!! 🙂

  13. Susan Says:

    Make mine a BLT!

  14. Monisha Says:

    Wow! these sound really good!
    I would love to be able to eat soft bread right out of the package (that’s what I miss most about being gluten free) and with some really good fruit preserves

  15. Sandy Niiler Says:

    Is it true!?

  16. Vickie Given Says:

    I would love a good sandwich. I miss being able to have a sandwich with the family because all of the other gluten free breads leave so much to be desired. I hope this bread makes it to Memphis soon!

  17. Sue Edwards Says:

    I would put my Caprese Salad between two pieces of bread and then grill it! My mouth is watering as I write this!!! Now I just need to find it in a store near me.

  18. dyana ciccone Says:

    I am forever on the hunt for delicious gluten free bread. So many things that I would love to try on this bread!!! Starting with a tuna fish sandwich for lunch. I really miss being able to have a great sandwich at lunch.

  19. Deb Gowlland Says:

    I would make myself a patty melt….or maybe a blt!! Endless possibilities!!

  20. Janet Yeager Says:

    I would especially enjoy picking this up in the regular food aisle. It would mean there is a shift in how the public views gluten free. I have eaten lots of food that doesn’t taste like what I was brought up on, but its gluten free. I rejoice when something actually tastes good and anyone wants to eat it.

  21. Susan Manole Says:

    Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich

  22. Patricia Says:

    I miss sandwiches. I mean I really, really miss sandwiches. My old standby when I don’t know what I want to eat……a BLT. Can’t wait to have one of those again, toasted. Untoasted, I am looking forward to a nice turkey and swiss with light mayo and lettuce on fresh, soft bread.

  23. TXEdie Says:

    A really soft gluten-free bread? WOW! I can’t wait to try it. Over the past few years, several GF breads have appeared in the market with a good taste … but the texture is usually crumbly or like day-old wheat breads. If your bakery has a soft texture without the lingering after-taste of rice flour, then I can really say “good-bye” to the other GF breads!

  24. Christina Says:

    Pb & j!

  25. Cilyn Myers Says:

    I feel deprived of enjoying all sandwiches, since I’ve discovered that I’m gluten intolerant. I really miss having bacon & tomato sandwiches that don’t crumble when you bite into them! These breads sounds like they would fill the bill of all that I’ve been missing (bread-wise!)

  26. JoAnne Says:

    My 5 year old daughter has celiac disease as well as type 1 diabetes. Talk about meal time challanges!!!! We have been desparate to find a bread for her to enjoy that isn’t frozen, think, rubbery and grainy. Thought we finally found a solution when a new gluten free bakery opened up 20 minutes from us. We bought our first loaf of Sorghum bread for $7. My daughter was so excited, she wanted a piece the minute we got home- she LOVED it and ate several pieces in the first couple days. So Monday morning I go to make her a sandwich for her lunchbox and – UGH all the bread is molded- in only 4 days!!! 3/4 of a loaf down the drain. My daughter was so disappointed she cried!!!

    What would we make with Goodbye Gluten Breads- everything!!!! Lunchbox sandwiches, grill cheese, eggs & toast, garlic bread and even “buns” for hotdogs/hamburgers. PLEASE, we want to try Goodbye Gluten Breads!!

  27. Traci Davis Says:

    peanut butter and jelly!

  28. CJ Williams Says:

    How many ways to enjoy! Bread is sort of a rare treat for me, with celiac disease, and the usual extra cost of GF loaves!

    I’d make french toast. It’s been ages since I’ve had french toast. Sometimes, I even make eggs with vanilla, cinnomon, and nutmug, just to get the flavour — but it isn’t the same texture at all!

  29. michele zahn Says:

    peanut butter and marshmallow cream

  30. Melissa Says:

    Turkey, avocado, swiss, for sure!

  31. Theresa Says:

    I would make the all american Peanut butter and Jelly. Although I am seeing a lot of good responses and may have to try a few of their sandwhich ideas as well.

  32. Kathy Says:

    A radish sandwich with honey mustard.

  33. Tracy Says:

    I would make a scrumptious grilled cheese sandwich!

  34. Amanda Says:

    I think I would have myself a reuben!! No. TWO!

  35. Jenn Says:

    I would make either a BLT or Grilled Cheese, both are favorites of mine that I miss

  36. karla Says:

    Have tried so many that claim to be soft and aren’t, cant wait to try this one out.

  37. Mary Says:

    Chicken salad on soft gluten free bread. Yeah, that would be yummy!
    Hope it won’t be long before I see this in Florida on the bread isle.

  38. Sheila K. Says:

    Smoked turkey, lettuce, tomato, and pickles!

  39. cindy w. Says:

    I would make a grilled cheese and tomatoe sandwich.

  40. Lori Says:

    French toast would be wonderful!!!! Fresh bread for homemade stuffing. Just in time for the holidays. I would love to be able to pack lunches with this bread. A fresh tomato sandwich. Peanut butter and jelly. Tuna salad sandwich. Deli meat and cheese. We would love to try it.

  41. Elizabeth Says:

    A good peanut butter and jelly sandwich would be the way to go but one better would be to take that sandwich and dip it in beaten eggs,dash of milk,half teaspoon vanilla and fry it as French toast. Awesome!

  42. Eileen Says:

    Grilled cheese and tomato would be good.

  43. Katheryn Says:

    BLT’s that dont fall apart! Wow, that would be amazing!

  44. Joyce Says:

    I’ve tried several kinds of gluten free breads, some aren’t too bad. I would really like to try one that I can count on to taste good. Toast, pb and j, eggs and cheese, BLTs all sound tempting!

  45. Donna L Says:

    I would make a sliced turkey with lettuce and tomatoes.

  46. lynette Says:

    I would just toast it and have it with my homemade apricot preserves!!!

  47. Larc Bogdan Says:

    I would love it for my daughter’s lunch box! She is into turkey sandwiches, with Hormel Natural lunchmeat (they say gluten free right on the box!), but she also likes sunbutter and bananas. Looking forward to seeing this bread in Michigan!

  48. Cara Says:

    Peanut butter and jelly all the way!!!!

  49. Michelle Says:

    Soft? No toasting necessary? It has to be a PB&J, I miss that on super soft bread so much!

  50. robin Says:

    I love that soft bread. Toasted on the stove with ham and cheese. yummy!

  51. Beth Says:

    Pancakes….waffles…….they are alright but my fav is definitely french toast and I’ve missed it these last 4 years. I’ve tried to make it with other gf bread and it’s just not good. I can’t wait until this bread makes it my way!

    By the way, I’ve made awesome BLTs with toasted UDIs and pretty great grilled cheese and tomato ‘sandwiches’ (for lack of a better word) by using a Food For Life brown rice tortilla. Just cut in half, lay in a buttered skillet load with your cheese and toms and place the other half on top. Flip when nicely browned. It’s not your usual soft grilled cheese but the tortilla gets all browned and crispy and the cheese all melty and delicious. Yum!

  52. Phyllis Says:

    Sounds too good to be true. I’d love a peanut butter and banana sandwich.

  53. Monisha Says:

    This bread sounds really good!
    The hardest part of being Gluten free is not being able to enjoy soft bread- I would eat it plain right out of the package!

  54. Corinne Says:

    Tried and true, peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

  55. Corinne Says:

    Tried and true, peanut butter and jelly sandwich

  56. Jen Says:

    I would make a roast beef sandwich with melted cheddar cheese.

  57. Kathy Says:

    Open face hot turkey sandwich, yummmmyyy

  58. Debbie Says:

    I usually make my own bread because of the cost. Would love to try a different type

  59. patricia Says:

    Oh, WOW ! Gluten-free bread for a sandwich that does not crumble ! Sounds terrific. I would like ANY kind of sandwich made with that bread. Thanks for the giveaway.

  60. Cha Says:

    I would really enjoy a grown-up version of grilled cheese and tomato soup. MMmmmm!

  61. Denise C. Says:

    A grilled cheese and turkey would be on my list along with an ungrilled avocado and tomato sandwich.

  62. Amy Avery Says:

    Fresh gluten-free bread?! Sign me up! I can’t wait for Good-bye Gluten bread to hit Central Florida. I always have to toast my frozen gluten free bread to make it edible. It falls apart & just doesn’t taste as good as regular bread. I would love to be able to make a thick peanut butter and banana sandwich without having to toast the bread or worry about it falling apart as I try to eat it. I hope I win cause I’m dying for a good sandwich!

  63. esther fraser Says:

    where to start – peanut butter and jelly, tuna fish, grilled cheese, french toast, popeyes – any and all types of sandwiches that I’ve missed so much over the years. I can’t imagine what it’s like to not have to take a hack saw to remove two slices of bread from a loaf, to not have to toast it! I can’t can’t wait to try this!

  64. Rhonda S. Says:

    Pick me, I’m gluten free!!!

  65. Rhonda S. Says:

    Yippee, Yahoo, Yahooeeeee!!! Bread that’s soft AND gluten free!!!!

  66. Marleena A Says:

    Peanut Butter and Pickle would be my first one then Ham & Cheese.

  67. Megan Says:

    I would make French Toast with it for breakfast; then a grilled cheese sandwich with salami, tomoato & horseradish sause that I can dip into tomato soup for lunch; then for after supper, a warm bread pudding!

  68. Denny Says:

    I would make garlic toast. I missed garlic bread so much!

  69. Patty Says:

    I can’t wait to try! This sounds wonderful 🙂

  70. Kara Says:

    Ohhhh! My gluten free teens would love a GF Panini! Swiss cheese, thin deli meat, sliced tomatoes…. I’m drooling just thinking about it for them! Yum:-)

  71. cindy Says:

    I would love to try this!

  72. Debbie Says:

    I would absolutely love some yummy, moist bread pudding!!!

  73. Suzanne Says:

    That is good news! A gluten-free bread available in the bread aisle! Thanks for the heads up. I’ll be looking for at the grocery.

  74. Erica Says:

    You can’t go wrong with grilled cheese – with tomato, munster cheese with a slice of sharp cheddar. YUM!

  75. Danielle Says:

    I’ve never had this bread, but it sounds like it’d make a fabulous grilled cheese! 🙂

  76. Venessa Says:

    I would make an almond butter, honey, & banana sandwich. Yum!

  77. Jennell Says:

    I want to eat a pb & j sandwich that tasted soft and good.

  78. Wilma Cole Says:

    I have tried this bread. It is out of this world.

  79. Mary Costello Says:

    PBandJ deserves soft bread.

  80. Tracy Says:

    My daughter is newly diagnosed with celiac disease. Bread is one of the hardest things to replace for her. I would love to try something new!

  81. Chelsie Says:

    This bread sounds really delicious! I would have a good turkey avocado sandwich or make some french toast with it!

  82. krista l Says:

    Peanut butter and strawberry jelly sandwich with a big glass of milk…oh my goodness!!

  83. Kim Pennington Says:

    Peanut butter and jelly sandwich, toast with butter and jam, grilled cheese, french toast….oh so many ways to use this delicious bread…..

  84. Colleen Says:

    So many possibilities of what to make. It would probably first be a BLT and the peanut butter and jelly and then maybe a tuna fish salad sandwich or possibly grilled cheese and then a nice turkey club. I do really miss a nice sandwich bread. and would love to try this bread as it sounds wonderful.

  85. jen Says:

    I would love to be able to make sandwiches in my office without worrying about Bread going bad

  86. Heather Says:

    Gluten free bread that stays moist and stays together with no crumbling would be amazing!

  87. Neda Says:

    Hi to all & thanks.
    At this moment, am in the mood of spreading some fat free creamy cheese on it, add some walnuts & eat it with milk.

  88. Margoka Says:

    I would like to make sandwich from this gluten free bread.

  89. Lillian Says:

    I would have a ham and cheese sandwich with lettuce,tomatos, thin sliced red onion, cheese velvetta and some hellmans mayo. Wow I have not have a sandwich in over a year.Havent found a good bread yet.

  90. Alyssa Says:

    I would love to give this to my mom! She has such a hard time finding good bread, and I know she really misses being able to have simple peanut butter and banana sandwiches. They’re her favorite!

  91. Cheryl Says:

    Could an edible bread pudding actually be possible? I really want to find out!!

  92. Phyllis Says:

    Peanut butter and jelly.I really miss those.

  93. Lita Says:

    i would love to try this is cheesesteak format.. i haven’t had a cheesesteak in so long!!!

  94. Heather Koenig Says:

    Strattas, French Toast, Framed Eggs, Fluffer-nutter sandwiches, Cinnamon Toast, and plain old-fashioned bread and butter! I LOVE bread. This will be wonderful when it get to the Pacific Northwest! I’m grabbing TWO loaves to start!

  95. Deborah Says:

    I have missed being able to have fresh, soft bread since finding out about my gluten allergy! If I had this bread I might just eat it straight out of the package so that I could enjoy it’s softness just as I did as a child. Sometimes as a child I would peel the crust off two pieces of bread and squeese them together to form a ball of bread and eat this with a big glass of milk! Aha childhood memories!

  96. K Farmer Says:

    PBJ fresh from the bread bag …what no micro ~ no toaster involved …dont believe it cant wait to see it here on the east coast!

  97. Shelley Schreiber Says:

    Any kind of sandwich would be a delight! I haven’t eaten a real SANDWICH in so very long…Grilled Goat Cheese, pnut butter&jam, or my summer favorite BAHS….bacon-avocado-hummus-spinach sandwich. I make my own breads, gluten-free and otherwise…but would love to have a tasty, non-crumbly, sliceable bread….Is this finally the one?!

  98. Monisha Says:

    Would love to eat a soft gluten free bread made into a sandwich with cream cheese ,tomatoes and potato chips.YUM!

  99. Nikki Says:

    I would love to make grilled white cheddar cheese with a nice slice of tomato & some fresh basil! YUM!

  100. Wayne Oakes Says:

    Would love to win this bread. I have tried others, but they are usually hard and not like real bread. I love turkey and Swiss grilled sandwiches, so that would be wonderful to win.

  101. Wilma Thunstron Says:

    I am looking for something that does not have beef,dairy,wheat or eggs, or cinnamon
    Thank you Wilma

  102. Desiree Says:

    Growing up as an Italian kid, I always lovedddddddd bread. I could eat an entire loaf to myself. My favorite thing to do was make a giant sandwich, and then crush it all together and turn it into a panini
    It’s been such a long time that I did that, i’d love to do it again.

    So what i’d do with this, and put some roast beef, sliced turkey, sliced ham, pancetta, mozzarella, asiago spread, some tomato slices. Then, I will put this in a panini press – make it all warm and gooey. Mmm, sounds so good..

  103. Gina Says:

    This would be so nice for my celiac daughter for school sandwich, which she loves grilled cheese, but also the ease of having gluten free bread handy, not having to defrost her bread first. Wow cant wait to try and see if she likes it. Thank You!!!

  104. nancy Says:

    I’ve tried lots of gluten free breads and none have made it to my home the second time. I live in the east, but will be looking for this new bread as soon as it hits the eastcoast. It sounds too good to be true. I’m definitely going to give it a try!

  105. Paula Says:

    Toasted with a little butter for me.

  106. Debbie Says:

    I’ve got a great recipe for French toast that calls for Gran Marnier. Soak the bread in the egg mixture and it ends up having a custard-like texture after cooking. Yummy!

  107. Susan Says:

    Can’t wait to try it!

  108. Roseanna andres Says:

    The possibilities are endless…stuffing for thanksgiving comes to mind!

  109. Michelle Says:


  110. Stephanie Says:

    Grilled cheese for sure! I need it with my tomato soup!

  111. Andrea Says:

    I’m just beginning the gluten free life. But I would toast up two slices, throw some mayo, a lunchmeat, slices of cheese, some lettuce, and tomato. It’s my favorite way to have a sandwich and I can’t really have it anymore. I’ve gotten a loaf of Udi’s and Rudi’s, but both are small loaves. I want a bread that can make a legitimate sandwich. I’m not opposed to making stuffing and/or croutons with it, either. 🙂

  112. brenda Says:

    I don’t have any problem making grilled cheese sandwiches with other gluten free breads…but what I WOULD love is make a nice big cold sandwhich with all the fixings (lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, etc) and be able to take my first bite of it without the bread falling apart!

  113. Sharon Powell Says:

    I would love an old fashion PB&J!!! I’m new to the whole gluten-free diet so I am wanting to try everything

  114. patricia Says:

    A nice grilled cheese sandwich along with tomato soup sounds really good right now.

  115. Jess Says:

    A turkey bacon club. Yummy.

  116. Lori Says:

    Bread and butter with dinner.

  117. Eileen Says:

    Ham and cheese with tomato, onion and mustard.

  118. julie Says:

    I love grilled cheese too, but I would also make toast with blueberry jam!

  119. Mary Ann Says:

    I found this in Giant Eagle.. was SO happy.. my 6 yr old is Celiac, and this makes MUCH better ham and cheese sandwiches for his lunch. he loves it… yay for non-frozen non-nasty bread!

  120. Chris Says:

    I would have a real P and J. It’s been so long. Then I would want a fancy grilled cheese. All sounds Dreamy and so Yummy!!!!

  121. Hillary Says:

    Shelf stable? Does that mean I can pack sandwiches in my daughters lunch again? School lunches are the bone of my existence. She wants a sandwich but you can’t toast THEN pack bread without terrible things happening to it.

  122. cindy w. Says:

    I would make a turkey, cheese and avocado sandwich with the bread.

  123. Valerie Says:

    My granddaughter has celiac disease and misses just having a good sandwich. I certainly will keep an eye out in my local store for this great sounding bread

  124. Tina K Says:

    Me…a caprese sandwich…fresh mozzarella, Roma tomatoes, basil, and balsamic vinegar heated slightly…

  125. lynette Says:

    Would love to try this with turkey and avocado

  126. Michelle Roth Says:

    Nothing would be a good ole soft peanut butter and butter sandwich. The idea of a SOFT wonderful sandwich sounds amazingly wonderful to me. Really any type of sandwich that would consist of SOFT bread sounds great to me!!! It has been a long time since I have enjoyed eating a sandwich!! Looking forward to trying this bread ;o)

  127. Sheryl Hammond Says:

    I would sooooo love to have a peanut butter and jelly sandwich! Or TOAST…. If it’ll toast like normal bread. Mmmm, the possiblities! A meat sandwich packed with veggies sounds delish too…. Now I’m getting hungry for things I haven’t had in MONTHS. =)

  128. Neda Says:

    Hmmm… am waiting to try this! with baked chicken, lettus, tomamto & walnuts.
    tahnk you.

  129. Rhonda Says:

    I would toast the bread in coconut oil to have with eggs and sliced avocado for breakfast.

  130. Laurie Says:

    This would be a wonderful bread for making a panini with smoked mozzarella, fresh basil, and farmer’s market heirloom tomatoes. Yum!

  131. Neda Says:

    How about cholesterol free butter & a little Jam + walnuts??!

  132. Marleena A Says:

    Ham and cheese with mustard and fresh greens.

  133. Venessa Says:

    2nd entry 🙂

  134. Jill Duncan Says:

    I would SO make my old fashion pizza bread with pizza sauce and cheese toasted up yummy!
    i would also make a four cheese grilled cheese with tomatoes and mustard.
    Please pick me!

  135. Laura Says:

    My daughter was recently diagnosed with Celiac disease, and gluten free bread has not been enjoyable for her. We would love to try this product, so that we could watch her enjoy either of her favorite sandwiches (hummus with a slice of american cheese, or tuna with tomato & bits of celery), or put a juicy hamburger on it.

  136. Carolyn Says:

    I would love a nice egg salad on soft bread. I have had good luck making french toast with Udi’s white bread. Just be sure the bread gets soaked good.

  137. CJ Williams Says:

    Oooh, lox — like a bagel, but sans bagel. It sounds like it would be perfect for salmon lox. 🙂 Second choice after a french toast b-fast.

  138. Carole Edminson Says:

    With Thanksgiving coming up a turkey sandwitch.

  139. palma Says:

    I am very anxious to try this bread and glad to hear it will be along side of others in the bread aisles.

    Also, I intend to ask for it at the supermarkets with hope it will be here on the west coast soon.

  140. Gail Rullis Says:

    I’m looking forward to making my homemade turkey stuffing (just in time for Thanksgiving – YES!) and my bread pudding. I can almost taste them now.

  141. Linda Williams Says:

    This bread sounds so good. I can’t wait to try it with sunbutter and grape jam or as a chicken salad sandwich.


  142. Erin Lane Says:

    I just want a normal sandwich! Turkey with pickles and cheese and honey mustard. And could I eat it without toasting it? Is that possible? If so, I’d really really like to eat it.

  143. Joan Rosette Says:

    Real, soft bread with chicken salad and walnuts. YUM!!!

  144. Joan R. Says:

    Real,soft breapiled high with ham and cheese.

  145. Susan Says:

    I would make French Toast

  146. Kathy Says:

    A vegan grilled cheese sandwich with cranberry mustard and a bowl of lentil stew.

  147. Monica Says:

    This bread sounds delicious, I would love to try it!

  148. nancy Says:

    Sounds wonderful! Would love to give it a try! I haven’t found a gluten-free bread that was actually good. Hoping this is the one!

  149. Mary Says:

    BLT on soft bread, not toasted? Yes, please!

  150. Rosanne Says:


    I would love to try this bread. I have been a fan of Udi bread for about a yr now but after a yr, I am finding I want to branch out. I would love to use this bread for a monti cristo, with a side of jam. That would be the first thing I would try with it.
    The second thing I would love to try with this bread, is how it works as stuffing. With Thanksgiving fast approaching, stuffing is a staple food at the table. Being able to present a unique spin on “traditional” stuffing would be a real conversation starter and something I would be truly thankful for.


  151. Renae B Says:

    I found some of this bread at Kowalskis while in Minneaolis last weekend and bought two loaves. I wish I would have bought 20 instead. I ate sunbutter and homemade raspberry-rhubarb sandwiches every day for lunch this week. It is absolutely amazing…soft and moist…just the right texture. I forgot that I used to like bread! I sure hope they get some in my neighborhood soon!

  152. Cecelia Says:

    As another person had stated that her daughter has both Celiac and Type 1 Diabetics my granddaughter has the same problem. My daughter-law was buying all kind of bread only to be throw it away. She was at my house one day and I made french toast for her and she wanted to know if she could take it home with her.(well she did) Now I an having a problem buying it. I always bought it at Giant Eagle but lately they have been out of it. My granddaughter wanted to know where that good bread was.

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