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Ener-G Foods, Light Tapioca Loaf, 8 oz (228 g)

$3.77
$4.19
Savings of: $0.42 (10% Off)
4 out of 5 based on 26 reviews
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loaf

Posted by Reviewer2966499 on Oct 30, 2011

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Good taste

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Definitely softer and lighter texture bread.

Posted by Reviewer1502871 on Feb 08, 2012

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Gluten-free bread tends to be dense and heavy but this one is very light. A bit dryish and breaks easily at the room temperature or lower temperature but when toasted it is very comparable to regular bread. Only thing that can be improved would be the stickiness of tapioca and lack of yeast and butter smell!!!!! I used to be a bread lover and bread baker so I may be a very tough critique.

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Pretty good

Posted by Reviewer2242883 on Jan 23, 2012

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Even though the packaging makes this look like astronaut food, it's actually pretty decent. No weird flavors. Just plain, white bread.

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bread review

Posted by Reviewer3041182 on Mar 12, 2012

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a light bread, that doesn't sit like a brick. Nothing tastes the same as bread made with gluten flour, but this one is an OK substitute.

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Tastless

Posted by Reviewer1662056 on Jul 12, 2012

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This loaf has absolutely no taste. It is dry and blah! I have yet to find a gluten free bread that is good. I have given up on the search, and use crackers or sliced crisp veggies such as cucumbers.

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