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Kinnikinnick New Soft Bread And Buns!

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Next time I am in Edmonton (where the Kinnikinnick store is located) I am going to pick up some of their new soft gluten-free bread and buns. I confess to strongly disliking a few of their products but liking a few others so am very curious to see how these new products stand up. Apparently we can now throw away our toasters as this bread makes great sandwiches, etc. without having to toast it to make it palatable. Plus the loaves are larger than ever (far larger than Udi's). Not only that but they are even cheaper than their breads/buns used to be! Oh, tell me this is not a dream. I would love to hear what these new products are like from those of you who have tried them. They are brand new, however. Their packaging is new as well...

http://consumer.kinnikinnick.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/products.home.html

They are also high in fibre and have "...the best nutritional values possible" according to the e-newsletter I received today.

http://blog.kinnikinnick.com/2011/12/toss-your-toaster.html


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Hi honey! Missed you--- and hope your trip was fun!

I have not seen the NEW Kinnikinnick products myself--but if they take less (or NO) toasting time, and actually taste good, :) I want to hear about it!


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