Almost one slice to a mouthful!
In a word of many quite rotten GF breads, this bread is actually really nice. My frustration is that (along with most of Tesco products) the size keeps being reduced and reduced with the price staying the same, so as to increase Tesco profits (as of course, they don't make much money at all). My follow on frustration is that currently the size of one slice is marginally too much for a single mouthful. Can I therefore please make a request to Tesco that you reduce the size again by around 5% (and the price accordingly), as this would really help with the convenience of eating the product.
Has eggs as an ingredient
Was disappointed the fact that the gluten free bread had eggs added as an ingredient. Other supermarkets have their own brand without eggs and still pleasant. Added egg means vegan who are also gluten free cannot have a choice
Try sourdough bread instead
Dry like all the Gluten free bread I have ever tried. Breaks if you try to fold it over :-/ Gives me indigestion trying to get it down my gullet. Found I can eat and actually enjoy sourdough bread on a gluten free and low FODMAP diet :-)
best bread on the market.
best bread on the market.
Good for toast
Really impressed, perfect for toast, I just warm it slightly for sandwiches as with all gluten free bread it can break and be a little dry. Good flavour.
the last 2 or 3 weeks it been very dry normally I
the last 2 or 3 weeks it been very dry normally I love this bread.
Could be better..
Decent bread but recipe could do with less yeast, bit of a strong and overwhelming smell of it and can be quite off-putting to eat.. Would love if it was slightly less expensive too but that's always a gripe with free from products.. they're always triple the cost of their cheapest standard counterpart, doesn't seem very fair that those with allergies have to pay a silly amount of money just to have something to eat.
Very cakey, sweet
This was given as a substitute in place of Warburtons seeded brown. Not like bread at all, more brioche like taste ....... I liked it, rather too much for my own good, I think. But won't be ordering again
Falls to bits
Poor, just falls to bits when trying to spread anything. Short shelf life too.
Great for a sandwich.
I have tried almost every gluten free bread available on the market from big brands to supermarket brands and this is the only one I actually like. Yes, it's soft, but that's how I believe bread should be, but the most important factor of this bread is that it doesn't dry out / in your mouth like other gluten free bread. It is good toasted, but it is also the only gluten free bread good enough for a sandwich. Yes, I can actually eat a sandwich with this bread. Don't change it, Tesco. It's great.