Just tried the plain bread and the onion pockets. Both tasted very good. The texture of the loaf bread is chewy and spongy. Didn't notice the weird texture once I loaded it up with sandwich fixins. All of the breads I've tried soak up the condiments and I've learned not to put them directly on the bread but in between the fixins instead. If you toast it, it tastes just like regular bread! No more eating low carb tuna salad out of a bowl. I can have a toasted tuna sandwich again! The onion pockets are good too, but they are not pockets. They are onion rolls. They are very heavy and I couldn't eat a whole one with my dinner. I have to cut them in half but the taste is very good.
Low carb bread are simply in a taste/texture category of their own. For me, this bread is too chewy for a plain sandwich. Toasted it is good for poached eggs; my favorite way is to fry it in coconut oil, maybe a little bacon grease. Good, filling.
Bread was thin but served its purpose. I just hope company is honest with its claim for carb amount as TV news found many false claims by small companies saying low carb of 2 turning out to be 20 and above
A big fan of GLCBC products here. I've tried most of them and find them to be tasty, fresh; and, most of all, true to their nutritional information and carb counts. Atkins is my WOE, and these products allow me to insert breads, bagels, etc. into my eating plans to make life more normal while I'm still losing weight without interruption. A nice variety of flavors for every taste. High price for bread products and thus my 4 rating.
I have a variety of this company's breads, bagels, and squares in my freezer and they taste great considering the net carb counts. I've been using the rye and cinnamon but decided to order a loaf of sourdough in a recent order. Although tasty as the others, the sourdough slices are about 25 percent smaller than the other loaves I've been using. I hope this is just a quality control issue because I do think this is a good product.
Expensive, and the loaf and slices are fairly small, but it tastes like bread so I can't complain too much. But seriously, it would be nicer to have bigger slices and not feel like I'm eating a kids' menu sandwich. It's definitely worth trying, though.
Pumpkin Spice Bread review - i must say, I was not disappointed as far as a low carb bread goes. Not too many calories versus others or homemade, decent texture (especially toasted), and the flavors are good ( tried the cinnamon, too). However, I misunderstood the name. Yes, the bread has the flavors that make up pumpkin spices (though mild compared to the cinnamon bread); but, it has no pumpkin flavor that I can detect. The bread is good just don't expect a pumpkin bread-like substitute. Other than the mild disappointment, I like it. So, 4 stars.