Food: Is there a loaf of bread in the market that actually tastes like real bread?
Thanks in advance.
- StanleyLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Ya right, IS THERE? They put so many differant things in bread these day so it will keep it kinda kills the smell and flavour of the bread. I occasionally buy an uncut loaf from Tesco (on sell by) and even then I'm struggling to taste what should be coming easy in a loaf of FRESH BREAD. ;-(
- JohnnieLv 71 month ago
Natures Own still has a good flavor smell and texture.round $2.50 a loaf.
- mrh-slosLv 71 month ago
Try buying from an independent baker, rather than from a supermarket or chain-store bakers -such as Greggs. Most tons of anty size will have several independent bakeries. Warning - such bread will be considerably dearer than supermarket bread. We have an independent bakery in the centre of Hastings, less than a mile from me, I think their loaves are about £3+ or so for a smallish loaf.
- 1 month ago
Go to a boulangerie and buy some French bread.
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- 1 month ago
GO to the supermarket bakery, and pay $5 a loaf, you'll get nice bread. You can even have it sliced there. OR you can bake your own bread ;)
- deniseLv 71 month ago
Sourdough loaves have the 'real yeast' taste.
- JoeLv 41 month ago
There is artisanal bread that is available at my grocery store that has a fantastic taste
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 71 month ago
It depends on your definition of 'real bread'.
Where I shop they have loaves of 'artisanal bread' (I hate that term but everyone understands what it means) from a local bakery. It's made the 'old-fashioned' way, i.e. just flour, water, yeast and salt. With a nice thick chewy crust. This is very much like my own homemade bread (thought I usually do whole wheat).