Terrible for fishing using breadpunch, too dry and
Terrible for fishing using breadpunch, too dry and falls off the hook. Also no good for sandwiches as too dry, toast is just about passable.
I cannot have SOYA in any shape or form so To Find A Bread with NONE in is a blessing in disguise, As with the whole H W Nevill's Range just 3 Products its a Delight to be able to eat My Favourite Things Again...
It's okay, but it's worth paying extra. A bit dry.
It's okay, but I think it's worth paying extra. A little dry.
For the price, it's good enough bread.
For the price, it's good enough bread. It's not very soft, it's almost stalely. Good enough for toast, but I wouldn't use it in a sandwich. I would buy this bread only if you're on a budget, otherwise buy their normal Tesco branded bread, it's slightly more expensive (something like 20p), but that bread is nicer.
Stale and moldy
This Bread is Stale When you Purchase it,it also now has mold on it a few days later.
Well worth buying
Nice bread, makes very good toast and for the cost I think it's worth every penny.
Might as well eat cardboard
This bread was absolutely horrible. The texture is like eating wool.
Keeps going mouldy no matter where I store it??
A good price, but no matter where I store it, either in my bread bin, or fridge etc, it keeps going mouldy before it best before date??
It's just not nice. Got a stale vibe about it even purchased fresh. Buy the slightly more expensive one. Other people I know who have bought all said the same thing.
Never in my life did I think you could purchase br
Never in my life did I think you could purchase bread, pre-staled.