Some nights I dream of white bread sandwiches. Fresh, lovely white bread, soft and spongy. Preferably with cheese, crisps and relish. Yum. I dream of opening a picnic basket and pulling out everyone else’s sandwiches and then pulling out my white bread sandwich. It may not be healthy, it may not be grainy and high fibre, but white bread just can’t be beat for chip butties or peanut butter sarnies. Of course, being gluten-free means that standard white bread is no longer on the menu. The Tin Kitchen provided me with a lovely fresh bread with a homemade flavour and texture that was awesome, and that was the best bread I have found for quite some time.
My husband came home from the supermarket the other week with a loaf of Vogel’s gluten-free white bread. We took it with us when we played paintball for his birthday. And I had a chip buttie. The bread was amazing – perfect texture, lovely taste and not at all like gluten-free bread. It was so good that I had to check the packet! I did apply my standard tests as well though – toasted sandwich and toast. For toasted sandwiches, the bread just wasn’t great and it didn’t really work. The toast was fine, but not outstanding. So for fresh, edible, sandwich bread, I give it a 10/10. As an all-purpose bread, I’d drop to a 7/10.
This week, I bought a loaf of their gluten-free fruit toast. Again, it tastes like real fruit toast. It’s awesome! And fantastic, because now I have a ‘quick’ breakfast for those mornings when I don’t have time for rice porridge, gluten-free cereal and the like. 10/10 for this one!
These are all available at my local supermarket and the prices are comparable with the other gluten-free bread ranges.
Thank you Vogel’s. Now you just need to update your website to show your gluten-free product range and all will be good!