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2019/10/17 14:06:36 (permalink)

Dave's Killer Bread

My Nutritionist recommended this for me. As a diabetic, I have to watch carbs...Most breads are a waste of carbs. in my diet. This is amazing. I get the 21 grain delicious...toasted, amazing. Anyone else tried it? Favorite style?
 
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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/18 09:37:58 (permalink)
I saw it at our Walmart and will give it a try. 
As soon as you mentioned "toast" my mouth began to water.
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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/18 12:40:34 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Root-Beer Man 2019/10/18 16:51:08
Just looked up the carb content and a slice has 21 carbs?  That's a lot for me.  I shudder when I see 8 carbs because I try to keep my daily intake under 15 - 20 carbs.
 
It's been 4 months now and I really need a slice of bread!  There are so many things I could eat if I could just put it on bread.
 
Down 15 pounds so it's working... VERY SLOWLY!
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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/18 16:07:37 (permalink)
I'm diabetic, on insulin, watching carbs and I'm allowed 40+ carbs a meal!
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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/18 16:50:36 (permalink)
Thanks!
 
A meal?  I'm Type II, not on insulin and my doctor recommended 40 - 50 a day.  Maybe I misunderstood him.  Will check on that... not that I followed it at all consuming copious amounts of candy which brought me to my current problem.  Guess it could have been because of my kidneys.
 
 
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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/18 20:09:50 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby mar52 2019/10/19 01:04:18
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Thanks!
 
A meal?  I'm Type II, not on insulin and my doctor recommended 40 - 50 a day.  Maybe I misunderstood him.  Will check on that... not that I followed it at all consuming copious amounts of candy which brought me to my current problem.  Guess it could have been because of my kidneys.
 Check it Mar. Just did a 4 week diabetic class. Our meals could have 45-50 carbs. Very hard t eat 15 or so carbs a meal!!
 




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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/18 21:52:57 (permalink)
 
When I was controlling Mom's pre-diabetes with food, I was to keep dinner under 20 grams in total. I know she had more than that for breakfast and lunch, but I didn't make those for her so I don't know how much.
 
I looked into Dave's Killer Bread, but at $5.00+ a loaf I just couldn't fit it into the budget. When she wanted something bread-like she'd eat Wasa crackers (the multigrain are 8g each), or she'd skip a few days and have an English muffin (something like 25-30g, as I remember).
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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/21 15:11:41 (permalink)
Our local Angelic Bakery uses sprouted grains which taste delicious and are quite a bit lower in carbs than many breads. I have no idea about distribution. https://www.angelicbakehouse.com/ 
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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/21 19:35:37 (permalink)
Kroger carries the Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Grain Bread in the freezer section.  Personally as a Type 2 diabetic myself, I try to stick to rye bread but my blood sugar is kept in control with medicine and a few lifestyle changes (e.g., no more non-diet soft drinks) but I could stand to lose a little (okay, a lot  ) of weight.
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Re: Dave's Killer Bread 2019/10/22 21:04:30 (permalink)
I like it, and buy it when it seems fresh.
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