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I bought some Kinnickinick Robin's Honey Brown Rice Bread the other day in the freezer section of Vitamin Cottage. I kept the bread in my freezer. My problem is figuring out how to get just two slices off this frozen block of bread without breaking the slices. Help!

Also, I think this bread has a good flavor, but it has quite a chewy texture. Are all Kinnickinick breads like that? I made a sandwich today by toasting the bread, then spreading mayo on a slice, adding roast beef and shredded cheese, then putting it under my toaster oven's broiler for a minute or so to melt the cheese. Then I topped it off with the other slice with more mayo and yellow mustard. YUM!!!! It was the best sandwich I've had in a long, long time.

Oh, one more bread related question....I met a woman the other night who took some rice bread with her to a deli and had them make her a sandwich on that. Ignoring for a second all the massive contamination issues this could cause, how would one go about heating the bread before making the sandwich? I wouldn't use their toaster obviously. Can you microwave the bread to soften it up?

Thanks!

Elaine

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I have been using mostly their english muffins but I remember having issues of how to get a few pieces off!

I just leave it in my fridge. Are you not using it very much? I use their products almopst daily so they just stay there o not get moldy.

If I need some straight from the frezzer I put it in the microwave for a little bit.

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I eat these amazing frozen bagels and I just put it in the oven for about 15 mins. on 350, then I take it out and cut it and toast it. I would never bring my bread to a deli or any place for them to make it. When I go to breakfast, I always bring my bread premade and already buttered. They always offer to heat it up, but I never let them because of the cross contamination. :)

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Elaine,

I only use Kinnickinick bread, and when the loaf gets too stick together this is what I do. First I sort of whack the loaf against the counter. Usually this loosens the slices. If that doesn't work, then I gently separate them with a butter knife. I've never had a problem with the bread breaking this way. Then I microwave the slices for about 30 seconds and toast it. It is the best tasting gluten-free bread I have tried, and I don't mind the chewy texture.

As for having the deli make your sandwich on gluten-free bread, I wouldn't do it personally. And I don't think you would be able to heat up your bread, you would have to either have it soft (and chewy) or cold and hard. Either way it would get contaminated, so it isn't worth it.

God bless,

Mariann

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Thanks for all the replies!

Does anyone have opinions on the different flavors of Kinnickinick bread?

I agree that I doubt I'd try the deli, but they do seem to be an allergy friendly place. I plan on going for another salad and scoping it out.

Carrie, I thought you were being a smarty pants when you said you liked your bread frozen! (Meaning you didn't like it at all, regardless of what you did with it.) Glad to know you like it toasted!

Thanks again,

Elaine

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My kids favorite Kinnickinick bread is the White Sandwich Bread. My favorite is the Sunflower Flaxseed Bread. The Brown Sandwich Bread is really good too.

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