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Any one tried this low carb/high protein bread?
Old 04-26-2011, 09:09 AM   #1
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Any one tried this low carb/high protein bread?

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I have always loved my bread, but need to stay away from it due to type II diabetes. I am wondering whether these low carb/high protein breads taste OK or are like chewing cardboard.

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Old 04-26-2011, 09:25 AM   #2
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We have a local bakery here in WA State that makes a LC Bread & I usually have at least one slice a day. I think if you are low carbing it, it makes you feel a little less "deprived". I even take a loaf on trips & have the B&B toast a slice of my "special bread" for breakfasts.

The one I get is OK toasted & put something on it & use it for hamburgers, egg sandwich, etc. But it is definitely not as soft/flexible as traditional bread.
It can be a real challenge to make French Toast with it & I have to pierce it a lot to get it to soak up the batter.


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Old 04-26-2011, 09:45 AM   #3
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I've tried a couple of them. Definitely not the same as "regular" bread. I'm trying to eat any bread regularly now, but will probably go back to trying the different low-carb types till I hopefully can find one I like.
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I may give this Julian Bakery stuff a try as the nutrition label looks beyond belief:

Smart Carb Bread

Hope its palatable and not as hard as a rock.
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