Wholesome Bread

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Wholesome, nutritious and delicious, and a great source of fiber and protein, our Wholesome Bread consists of, Fava bean, Garbanzo bean, Teff, Chia seed, Flax seed, Honey; making it the ideal choice of bread. We recommend toasting this bread to achieve a maximum level of taste and crispiness.

Preparation Instructions

Thaw and Serve, Lightly Toast For a Crispy Crust

  • Quantity: 1 Sliced Loaf
  • Storage: Keep Frozen
  • NET Weight: 21.0 oz (595.0 g)
  • Product Code: 1309
  • Quantity: 6 Bags
  • Storage: Keep Frozen
  • NET Weight: 126.0 oz (3572.0 g)
  • Product Code: 6309
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Gluten Free Flour (Potato, Fava Bean, Garbanzo Bean, Teff, Corn, Chia Seed, Flaxseed), Water, Canola Oil, Eggs, Honey, Salt, Xanthan Gum, Dry Yeast.
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Verna G.
United States United States
Wholesome Bread

I tried this bread and and found it to be dry and not very tasteful. I tried it toasted and not toasted but it didn’t help. . I was disappointed because your pastries are excellent. I gave it to the birds and will never buy it again. Your Pastries I will buy again.

Patricia D.
United States United States

Katz breads are always delicious especially toasted.

United States United States
Pretty Good Bread

This bread isn't as good as your oat challah bread. I wanted bread for chicken salad sandwiches, which need a bit of a sweet bread; the Wholesome bread has a strong-tasting crust. I also ordered the unsliced oat challah bread in the same order and it was perfect for the chicken salad.

United States United States
Great Customer service

The customer service was quick and helpful

Charlotte F.
United States United States
I miss wheat bread

Acceptable. I make breadcrumbs from it and also use it as a filler for meatloaf and meatballs, which replaces wheat bread very well.