This is for the bread haters

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

I know many people are going gluten free for Paleo reasons while others are going gluten free because they are allergic to it. I will be doing neither. Bread is good for you, if you eat the right stuff.

As many of you know, I went camping a few weeks ago. One of our family friends had recently switched jobs and started working for a company called Dave's Killer Bread. To make a long history lesson short Dave was convicted, served 15 years in prison and realized that he needed to make a change. Dave started creating unique batches of bread at the family bakery and the rest is history.

At this point you are probably wondering why the hell I am talking about bread and the man it's named after. Dave didn't just create any kind of bread, he created super bread. It is chock full of nutrients you wouldn't believe.  To make this even better, Dave's Killer Bread is USDA certified organic.  I bought two loaves of the Good Seed.

[caption id="attachment_124" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] As you can see, it has 4 grams of fiber, 6 grams of protein, and 670mg omega-3[/caption]

The Good Seed is dense, as are all of the DKB loaves. The reason it is dense is because they don't use corn syrup as a filler like most bread companies.

[caption id="attachment_125" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] This is what real bread looks like.[/caption]

Dave's Killer Bread comes in 16 varieties including hamburger buns, which are absolutely delicious. My personal favorite is the Sin Dawg. It is packed with seeds and a gooey cinnamon and sugar inside.

I highly recommend switching over to DKB if your local stores carry it.

 

I was not paid to give this review, I simply love the bread and the company that makes it.

 

 

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7 comments

  1. We love Dave's too! We go through so much that I buy it at Costco.

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  2. We do too! I love the bread, but the price can be hefty if you don't snag it on sale or in bulk.

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  3. I love a good, hearty bread like this. I think it's silly that people will avoid bread because of the carbs...if you have a gluten intolerance I can see avoiding it. but I also don't get avoiding it b/c it has gluten if you don't have an intolerance! Hearty bread like this kind is so good for you and it looks right up my alley.

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  4. I love heavy bread with 'lumps' - the more seeds and nuts the better for me. Good post and I am sorry we don't have this in Canada. (:

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  5. Sylvia @ Frolic Through LifeJune 12, 2012 at 12:38 PM

    This stuff sounds amazing. I need to find some and give it a try!

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  6. Sylvia @ Frolic Through LifeJune 12, 2012 at 12:39 PM

    This stuff looks great! I've never heard of it before, but I really want to find it and try it. I am a huge fan of bread - the denser and seedier, the better!

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  7. I'm gluten intolerant, but my husband isn't so I'm always on the look out for good breads like this for him. Such an interesting story behind the man who started the company, but it just shows you can always choose your path no matter what point in life.

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