Saturday, June 25, 2016

Product placement/Dave's Killer Bread

I really mean to put up a Weekend Cooking post each week, but it has been quite busy lately and I haven't had much time to read blogs or write postings.


As you may know if you've been reading my letters for a while I bake my own bread. I usually make it twice a week, but when I don't have a chance I always have a couple loaves of store-bought bread in my freezer. It is difficult to find organic, whole wheat (or mostly whole wheat) bread, but recently I came upon a new display in my local co-op for Dave's Killer Bread.


This company makes several kinds, including a regular white version


This bread is packed with nutrition!



What is special about this bread, besides the fact that it is so healthy, is what I learned from the label.



My co-op is a small store in a little town so if Dave's Killer Bread is available here, it must be all over the country. I'm happy and proud to be buying this product. It is delicious bread toasted or in sandwiches. Healthy for me, and good for society.

You may visit the website here.

29 comments:

  1. I would certainly buy this bread if I found it. Wonder if he makes a gluten free recipe?

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  2. I'll have to look for this brand. Thanks for the heads up. :)

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  3. Have a great week. Cheers from Carole's Chatter

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  4. I love Dave's Bread too. My husband does too so we are in harmony on this food. I get the big slices for sandwiches and the smaller ones for grilled cheese and it is great for toast. I don't think I ever read any of the text on the wrapper.

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    1. I am so tickled that someone else has heard of it, and better still, likes it!! That is so great. Pretty impressive that text. I'm happy to have led you to read it.

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  5. Whoa! That sounds awesome. I avoid store-bought bread too and mostly make all our own. I have to see if we can get this around here. Great find!

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    1. I always have a couple loaves in the freezer. Great stuff! I love all those seeds.

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  6. I'll look for it at Trader Joes. Looks good

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  7. Hmmmm! Wonder if my local grocery store carries this. They tend to have some specialty items. LOVE the name.

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    1. I would think so. If I can get it in this small town, I'm sure it is where you are!

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  8. We just found this brand at Publix, and brought a loaf home to try. The backstory makes me even more inclined to buy it regularly. I hadn't noticed the info on my loaf, so thank you for pointing it out.

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    1. P.S. I will be trying the white bread, too. (I miss white bread terribly.)
      P.P.S. OH MY - that cover photo!

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    2. I haven't tried the white. Yes, the story is amazing. And so important. It shows the great things that can happen in the world!

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  9. I checked the bread website and found Dave's Killer Powerseed Thin Sliced only has 11 carbs and 4 grams of dietary fiber. Thank you for introducing me to a bread I can eat without feeling guilty. I just looked it up on my local store's webpage and they have it. How did I miss it? I've put it in my grocery list!

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    1. You are so welcome. Wonderful product.

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  10. I think Dave started his baking in Portland, OR. I haven't tried it yet, but now will! And I love the peony in your header! So wish I could grow them, but the salt air doesn't do them any favors.

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    1. The peonies have had a great season! Oh, so beautiful.

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  11. Dave started in Oregon!! We've been able to buy it here for years and we love the thin sliced.
    Yumm. In May, just about a month before we left Florida, they started selling it in Publix (that's the major supermarket chain in Florida and the only place I shop there besides Farm Markets). I was so glad to find "my" bread, I was doing a happy dance in the aisle. I'm guessing that it only recently expanded to the East Coast.

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    1. I'm so happy my little store carries it. Delighted to hear your story! It's amazing bread.

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  12. Huckleberry's, just a mile or so from my house, sells Dave's bread. I'll be on the lookout for it.

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    1. Lots of choices! Such a good bread, and a good business to support.

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    2. We have switched to Dave's bread, the seedy kind and the White Done Right. Yum.

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    3. That's so great, and pleases me so much! Thanks for taking the time to come and tell me.

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  13. What a wonderful thing to tell people about! Going to look at the website now.

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    1. I wonder how many such enterprises exist that we don't know about. Something like this should be front page news instead of what they print now.

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