Although I don’t have any problems with gluten or gut issues, I generally do not eat much bread. However, when I do eat it, it is generally of the low-carb, whole grain variety.
When visiting my family in Madison, WI, I would stop by the local Trader Joe’s and pick up a half a dozen loaves of their low carb bread and stick them in my freezer – and that would last me a long time! However, Trader Joe’s no longer makes that low carb bread, thus I’ve been looking for something to replace it.
A few weeks ago, I was in Fresh Thyme Market picking up a package of absolutely decadent gluten-free mini brownie muffins (see review of those, here) for one of my gluten-free friends. While there, I saw a display of “Dave’s Killer Bread”, and thought I’d give it a try. In an effort to keep the calorie and carbs down low, I bought the thin sliced loaves. I am so glad I did. I love this bread! Oh my, it has so much flavor – especially the Good Seed variety.
I don’t eat much bread, so I am not familiar with many different brands, but I am sharing this here because I thought the conception of this product was so intriguing.
One day, I happened to actually read the whole package and found out why it’s called Dave’s Killer bread. Here is what is printed on the side of the bag:
If you go to their website , or click on the pictures below, you can read the stories of many of their employess, and how their lives have been changed by the fact that they were given a second chance.
They also sell a bagels in a varitey of flavors:
I have found this bread at Fresh Thyme Market on Coldwater Road, Walmart, Meijer and Kroger. So if you are looking for a great tasting bread, and would like to help people get a second chance, consider adding Dave’s Killer bread products to your shopping cart!
I am follower of Christ, a sinner saved by grace, trying to walk in the sweetness of life – resting in the strength of the triune God, who fortifies me daily with His righteousness, loving kindness and holiness of spirit. Read full bio here.