Whole Grain Bread

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Wholesome, nutritious and delicious, and a great source of protein, our Whole Grain Bread consists of fiber, sorghum flour, whole grains, and brown rice; making it the ideal choice of bread. We recommend toasting this bread to achieve a maximum level of taste and crispiness.

Preparation Instructions
Thaw & serve or toast slightly for a crispy crust.
  • Quantity: 1 Sliced Loaf
  • Storage: Keep Frozen
  • NET Weight: 128.0 oz (128.0 oz)
  • Product Code: 6057
  • Quantity: 1 Sliced Loaf
  • Storage: Keep Frozen
  • NET Weight: 21.0 oz (21.0 oz)
  • Product Code: 1057
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Ingredients:
Gluten free flour (brown rice, tapioca, sorghum), water, canola oil, eggs, honey, salt, guar gum, dry yeast, apple cider vinegar, sesame seeds.
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Based on 77 reviews
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Pat B
Whole Grain Bread

Can't wait to place another order, excellent bread.

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Linda Gallagher
Large Air Holes in the Dough

I have been getting the white bread, but this time I thought I would try the Whole Grain Bread. When I opened it today, the gaps were so large in the slices that I was able to get only four slices that were in one piece. The rest fell apart and just a few pieces are usable. The piece that I toasted was good, it's just that it's disappointing to have so much of the loaf be in pieces.

Thank you for your feedback. This is a common occurrence in gluten-free baking, and while measures are in place to prevent the air pockets, it can not be completely avoidable. We encourage you to reach out to our customer service team for further assistance. They will be awaiting your email and will be happy to assist. Have a wonderful day!

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Holly Bator-Dziewit
Best choice

This is the best choice for sandwiches, lightly toasted. Holds together well. Nice just for toast as well.

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Jolene Meng
Whole grain bread

This bread is the best I’ve tried, and I have tried several. I do always toast it. It turns out crunchy, which is exactly how I like my toast.

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Gina Kennedy Doherty
Gluten free bread

I decided to try a new bread after eating Trader Joe’s bread for years. Your bread was closer in size to a normal loaf of bread for sure but the taste wasn’t good unless you toasted it. Once toasted it made a nice sandwich!