The birds wouldn't touch it!
I'll try & be as kind as I can. Pro: It's gluten free Cons: Where do I start. I couldn't take a slice out the bag without it falling to bits. It doesn't feel like bread & tastes more like recycled cardboard. I managed to get 2 slices into the toaster, toasting made it marginally better but I didn't attempt the 2nd slice. The "bread" that did break up into bits I threw out for the birds but they didn't take me up on the offer & I had to pick it up later myself for the bin. I don't usually complain but I feel for this price I'd like to warn other customers. Their seeded loaf it a good bit better.
The only GF bread I will consider eating. It is no
The only GF bread I will consider eating. It is not the same as ordinary bread but I find it the best of the bunch and means I can enjoy an occasional sandwich or toast. If I can't get this then I go without. Thank you Tesco!
Good but TOO MUCH SALT
It's brown, so that's good, and it's GF so that's good too. I want this bread to stay part of the range but it can be much better. For example why has it got salt in it? It tastes too salty so take the salt out. And if you must add salt then add Iodized salt so it's healthier. Also add some potassium, magnesium, calcium... all the vitamins GF and DF people struggle to get which makes their conditions worse ! So to sum it up, good texture, too salty taste, remove the salt and fortify this bread with vitamins and minerals like they do with cereals !
More like normal bread
It is not as sweet as most gluten free bread, so more palatable to me
With a gluten intolerance l have started to look a
With a gluten intolerance l have started to look at breads that are GF This was terrible,even toasted, 1 slice then threw the rest away The hunt goes on !!!
Increase the online availability please.
Tried many gluten free brown loaves - this is the only one that suits me. But why is it so frequently out of stock online?
Not the best
Most GF bread feels out of date even before you open it, this definitely falls into this category, It is very dry and crumbly, it often has large holes through it. Unfortunately my husband has to have GF bread, fortunately other brands out do this one by far
Not completely free from
Could not buy it as it contains egg. Free from should be free of all allergens if possible
Not good, bread is hopeless for sandwiches as it falls apart. I used to buy Tesco's twin pack of seeded sliced bread (in 2 separate sealed compartments) which was much better - has this been discontinued? Big mistake if it has ☹️
Awful quality! Hole through the entire loaf
This is a complete waste of money. The bread had a huge whole throughout the middle of the loaf so had to be thrown out. Its the 2nd time i've had the same brand with this problem. Do NOT purchase!!