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Rudolph’s – An Unusual but Fantastic Organic Bread

For someone who doesn’t eat a ton of bread, I am certainly pretty curious about it.

Why is this?

Well, there is something very intoxicating and nourishing about bread. There are not that many foods that are so satisfying to have in your mouth and chew on.

Also, there are so many ways to innovate with bread — ways to make it, ingredients to put in, things to exclude.

For that reason, I find myself rummaging through the freezer section of my local organic market quite often — all in search of the latest, most intriguing bread.

So, when I came across Rudolph’s the other day, I was pretty amazed.

Rudolph’s makes an organic rye bread that contains no wheat, no yeast, no preservatives and no salt. Some people may speculate what’s left besides the plastic bag.

As soon as I took a bite of Rudolph’s organic rye bread, I was very surprised.

When you grow up eating a certain type of rye bread, you have an expectation of what it will taste like. You expect it to be soft in the inside and a little thicker on the outside. You also expect to chew on the tiny rye seeds.

In Rudolph’s, you don’t get any of that.

What you get is a bread that has a much, much thicker texture and a “grainy” taste. It is more hearty than maybe any other bread that I have eaten.

Needless to say, I couldn’t stop eating it — always a good indication of how much I enjoyed it.

I topped Rudolph’s organic rye bread with Artisana raw walnut butter, and it was a fantastic snack.

Definitely give this product a try if you’re looking for a great organic bread that has no wheat, salt or yeast. I am a fan.


Ingredients include: organic whole rye flour, filtered water, sourdough culture (organic whole rye flour, filtered water and culture).

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