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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3/5May 15, 2015
Reviewer: A customer in Maryland
* Although a previous reviewer said the loaf is small, I did not imagine how really tiny it is. The loaf is about the size of a mini-loaf pan which people sometimes use to make holiday breads to give as gifts. The thickness is similar to normal bread, but the size is about the size of a Melba Toast. You couldn't use this bread to make a sandwich--unless you were willing to spend almost 500 calories on the bread alone and make 3 mini sandwiches which would almost equal one regular sandwich. The texture is dense--almost like cake. I would compare it to a pumpkin loaf or zucchini bread. The cinnamon and pumpkin have a good flavor and will probably be nice for breakfast with a bit of almond butter. Perhaps you could serve a few slices with tuna or chicken salad on a bed of lettuce. It is pricey indeed for the amount of bread you get--if cost is no object and you don't intend to make sandwiches, then the flavor is not bad.
* This bread is more like pound cake, dense, soft, melt in your mouth texture. Good flavor, could be a bit sweeter, but that can be done easily enough. It is small, about 2 by 2 inch slices, cookie size. However, these are better than cookies and 10 low carb cookies cost nearly the same. This "bread" is more versatile than cookies also. The pumpkin would be great with sugar free glaze. I separated the slices and froze it upon delivery. I'm tempted to eat several pieces, that's the only negative I see. I'm buying more, trying the other flavors.
* I want to add the following to my initial review: while everything I said earlier is true (the bread is very tiny, cake-like, and pricey!), I've been eating 3 slices of the pumpkin bread spread with almond butter and topped with a bit of erythritol sweetener for breakfast, and it is almost like having a sweet roll. It is good!! So, I am planning to buy more of this bread in the pumpkin, although it is really expensive, for bread, to eat this daily. I can say for people who have given up bread altogether because of the carbs and who require gluten-free--this cake-like, tiny bread could be a delicious treat!