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HAS Udi changed? I used to like it, but recently it is awful. What bread do y'all like for regular use... sandwiches, toast, etc.? 

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Canyon Bakehouse is the current one to beat. Fantastic bagels along with white, rye (fake), multigrain bread.

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Thanks. I bought a loaf this afternoon. Will try it with dinner.

 

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They have, yes. 

I love Canon's bagels so much! If you order by the case it's a much better price than the store.  That's what we do.  My store sells them for $7 For a 4 pack.  But I can get a case of 24 online for $28.50 and sometimes can find a coupon code to save more.  I love them toasted with sunbutter and I use them to make pizza bagels for my kids.

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Canyon Bakehouse recently came out with a sweet Hawaiian bread, similar to Hawaiian rolls.  I haven't been able to find them yet.  Has anyone?

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2 minutes ago, gilligan said:

Canyon Bakehouse recently came out with a sweet Hawaiian bread, similar to Hawaiian rolls.  I haven't been able to find them yet.  Has anyone?

I haven't, but they looked really good online.

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Make my own grain free, but used to use Julian Bakery,  have to order fresh from them, the seed loaf was lovely, the coconut was great for french toast, and the almond one they had was great toated with mashed avocado and scrambled eggs. They recently came out with a new sandwich bread.
NOTE I use them and my own as  I require grain free, xantham gum free, dairy free, low carb sugar free bread. >,< I only get to have solids for breakfast so I make it count.

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Love canyon bake house bagels. We eat mainly Glutino white sandwich bread (4 young kids) because it seems most like regular white bread in texture and taste. We also like schar bread because it doesn’t need to be frozen and can sit in the pantry.

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I will try all that I can find. My choices here (Jackson, MS) are limited. I guess I will try ordering.   

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There are only a few brands here in my country , so i buy schar.I dont eat it everyday,once a month actually.(expensive and i feel better about going grain free) Anyways schar is great , they have many options and even my non gluten-free family loves it!

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