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Liz
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10 Nov 2014 2:58:23 PM PDT
LOVE their breads!
Try the Deli-Style rye. YUM!!!

 
Jan
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11 Nov 2014 5:17:43 AM PDT
This is the best GF bread I have ever had. Love the bread, but especially love the hot dog buns! However, it is my understanding that they have quit making the hot dog buns because they were too much in demand...really??? Up the production if the product is selling out. I recommend this bread to everyone...it is great as is or toasted. Great flavor. Thank you!

 
Christy
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14 Nov 2014 12:22:03 PM PDT
The best GF bread I've found. Thank you for adding bread back into my life!

 
Susie
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05 Oct 2015 2:28:20 PM PDT
This is the BEST GF bread ever! I recommend to everyone. The hamburger buns are great too! I hope French rolls are in the future as well - hint hint!

 
Linda
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05 Oct 2015 4:26:24 PM PDT
One of my favorite bread brands also.

 
DonL
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06 Oct 2015 1:22:23 AM PDT
This is the best GF bread I have ever had. I was so tired of the OTHER STUFF. Canyon bread is actually good.

 
Diana
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30 Sep 2016 12:16:55 PM PDT
Best Bagels I've had since going gluten free. Taste and texture is just like wheat bagels.

 
CJ Russell
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04 Oct 2016 7:20:01 AM PDT
Looking forward to trying their products. I'm very excited to see GF rye bread on their website!




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