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Katz Gluten Free Challah Bread

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Today I tried the Katz Gluten free Challah bread. It was delicious. I had the loaf in the freezer and grabbed a few slices to take to work. By the time I got to work they were defrosted and I decided to try 2 slices toasted. They toasted evenly and were delicious with some dairy free margarine. I still had 2 slices in the baggie so for break I took a slice and just added some margarine and gobbled it down. The texture is soft and fluffy and has a definite sweet nuttiness to it. I can see using it for sandwiches of all kinds - even grilled cheese. It didn't crumble, is moist and not dry. Even the crust was delicious. Two slices have 170 calories.

This product is even better than the Udi bread I have tried. I am so thankful to have found this product. Now with my Daiya cheese I have planned a grilled cheese sandwich for Saturday lunch!

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This product is even better than the Udi bread I have tried. I am so thankful to have found this product. Now with my Daiya cheese I have planned a grilled cheese sandwich for Saturday lunch!

Oh! I can bet on that one!!!

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Today I tried the Katz Gluten free Challah bread. It was delicious. I had the loaf in the freezer and grabbed a few slices to take to work. By the time I got to work they were defrosted and I decided to try 2 slices toasted. They toasted evenly and were delicious with some dairy free margarine. I still had 2 slices in the baggie so for break I took a slice and just added some margarine and gobbled it down. The texture is soft and fluffy and has a definite sweet nuttiness to it. I can see using it for sandwiches of all kinds - even grilled cheese. It didn't crumble, is moist and not dry. Even the crust was delicious. Two slices have 170 calories.

This product is even better than the Udi bread I have tried. I am so thankful to have found this product. Now with my Daiya cheese I have planned a grilled cheese sandwich for Saturday lunch!

you are preaching to the choir with me their products is just crazy good and the soft and moistness thank god for Katz Gluten Free you should try their chocolate cup cakes which is great as well.

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I found a retailer that carried Katz products. I bought two loaves of the challah bread. Well, while it isn't bad, it is not my favorite either. My husband did not like the taste at all and I prefer the taste of the Udi's better. So for sandwiches I'll take the Udis and husband would eat this too if he had to. I did let the Katz loaf dry out a little bit and made french toast out of it. It was really good for that so it won't go to waste.

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