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Katz Gluten Free Challah Kaiser Rolls


Katz Gluten Free Challah Kaiser Roll Sandwich

Katz Gluten Free takes food sensitivities seriously. That's why all Katz products are certified gluten-free, are made in a dedicated gluten, dairy and nut-free facility, and are also Kosher Parve certified. Katz has so many wonderful gluten-free products to choose from, it's hard to know where to begin. I started by sampling their award winning large gluten-free Challah Kaiser Rolls, and now I can see why Katz took the 2008 “Best Baked Goods Award” for their excellent gluten-free Challah Kaiser Rolls. Katz Challah Kaiser Rolls are as good as, or better, than any traditional rolls on the market, which makes them the perfect bread for any occasion. Katz gluten-free Challah Kaiser Rolls are so good that they can be eaten plain and don't need to be toasted.  The rolls are fluffy, slightly sweet and full of flavor. They are also very versatile, making them perfect for a traditional Sabbath  meal, or to be enjoyed as part of a healthy diet. They can be toasted and topped with jam and butter, with meat and cheese for sandwiches or as a hamburger bun that can handle the meat without falling apart.

Katz uses only the freshest, all natural ingredients.  For more info, visit their Web site at: www.katzglutenfree.com.

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