Specialist Breads Reviews
Product Type: other Food
Description:The range of speciality breads continue to grow as consumers look for new tastes and textures. Opinions submitted here ... more
Newest Review: ... in fibre. However, that, in itself, does not make it remarkably different from any other bread. What makes it really different is that it is a low-GI bread. GI or Glycaemic Index is a measure of how quickly our bodies absorb different carbohydrates. A low-GI bread is therefore one which sustains steady blood sugar levels to help you feel fuller for longer. Much has been said about the health ... more
Customer Specialist Breads Reviews (12)
by Karen Elrick - written on 23/04/08
This is the only bread I will eat. I was brought up on it and love it. Since moving to Aberdeen it is very difficult to get this bread and when I see it I buy in bulk. Have you noticed though the slices in thick sliced loaf are getting thinner, which means you can't toast them as they go like crispbread. I like my thick sliced to be thick sliced.
by - written on 18/08/06, updated on 18/08/06 (Very useful, 2600 readings)
The supermarket shop can get quite monotonous at the best of times and the worst thing is not knowing what else to buy for a change. How many of us buy the same brands week in week out without giving it a second thought..? I'm sure everyone is guilty of this. I normally buy Morrisons own label wholemeal bread simply because it tastes good and is cheap. However, whilst shopping today, I thought I'd have a change. Instead of my usual bread, I opted for a loaf of 'Burgen Soya and Linseed' bread, mainly because it sounded intriguing and was reduced in price from £1.17 to 87p. Burgen was not a brand I was that familiar with until recently. However, according to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/05, updated on 17/12/06 (Useful, 3828 readings)
I was born and raised in Scotland, and there was only one type of bread that was used in our household.................. Mother's Pride's Scottish Plain. In fact strange as it seems, as a child I was'nt aware of any other bread as it seemed that just about everyone bought and ate only this bread. It's great for sandwiches as the texture is so good you can spread it easily without it breaking, It is really nice when toasted especially with cheese mmmm................... and is great served with soup. It has a lovely fresh taste and texture and is naturally rich in protein with 15% more than ordinary white bread per 100g, so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/03, updated on 22/08/03 (Very useful, 170 readings)
Since I bought my self a bread-making machine in the last January sales, I have a mania for making bread. The bread maker comes complete with many recipes which I?ve tried and I must say I was very disappointed with them, all the loaves seemed to taste very sweet and the texture was heavy. The instructions said I needed an exact amount of sugar to act with the yeast in order to make the bread rise. When I was doing my weekly shop in sainsburys, I noticed on the self they had some bags of bread mix, so I took a closer look. There were quite a few different types and they all looked very interesting. The bread mixes come in 500gram bags and are mainly a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/03, updated on 21/08/03 (Useful, 82 readings)
Sainsbury's Own Brand Gluten Free Bread Oh my heavens. I have often thought of taking a newly purchased loaf of Sainsbury's GF Bread, and offering a slice to the manager of my local store. The product is not at all nice to eat. It is dry, and falls apart when cut. Gluten free bread is not the easiest thing to get right, I will admit. However, I don't see why those of us who have to maintain a GF diet should be offered food that is hardly edible. I assert that persons able to eat gluten would not choose to eat this bread, therefore we should not have to expect to be offered it. True, I don't have to buy something that I don't like. I ... Read the complete review
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