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It’s been a few years since I had to give up gluten and wheat and, while there are a million and one wonderful “alternatives” and gluten free foods on the market, the gluten free sandwich bread that’s available has always come “just short” of rocking my world. There have been brands I’ve liked and even a few that I thought were probably as good as it was going to get…
… that is, until I tried a new brand a few weeks ago. I haven’t picked up another brand of gluten free since then!
What is the magic brand that finally got it all right? KROGER! That’s right… Kroger Brand Gluten Free White Bread is the best gluten free sandwich bread I’ve ever eaten. Sandwiches are soft and fresh-tasting again. Those of us who eat gluten free have a solid understanding with gluten free bread – you have to toast it for anything remotely delicous.
Kroger’s gluten free bread is soft enough to make a great, “normal” sandwich and you can leave the toaster on the shelf.
It’s soft, delicious, and even “folds.”
Okay, you may be wondering what the big deal about folding is, but it’s huge to me and has been for too many years to count. When I was a little girl, legend has it, I always wanted my sandwiches to be “foldy.” My mom would cut them into triangles and squares, but I’d just hand them back and say, “Foldy.”
Fast forward to today and… you guessed it.. I still want my sandwiches to fold. Old habits fold hard, I guess.
Look at the picture above. What do you see? That’s right…. Foldy! Uh huh uh huh uh huh, life is good again.
Problem is, most gluten free bread does NOT fold. In fact, if you even dare to try and fold it, it’ll fall apart right in the fold. I once told my cat that I think it’d be easier to fold a graham cracker than a piece of gluten free bread.
After I found Kroger’s Gluten Free White Sandwich Bread, I stopped buying any other brand. Kroger’s tastes better, looks better… it folds… it’s even cheaper than the rest.
One day I wheeled right up to the spot and the white bread was sold out. They had a few loaves of Kroger Gluten Free 7 Grain Bread, so I bought a loaf.
It’s as good as the white sandwich bread – seriously, it’s out of this world good.
And it folds, too! The 7 Grain Sandwich Bread is sheer perfection with peanut butter, chicken salad, and tuna fish.
I 110% recommend both of these gluten free sandwich breads – they’ll blow you away.