MSPI-friendly bread (beyond your basic Italian white) can be hard to find, and when you do, it's usually quite expensive. I must admit, I am very fortunate, thanks to Rotella's Italian Bakery.
All their bread is dairy-free and certified Kosher, and I have yet to come across any bread that has soy flour in it. Their factory and outlet store is located only a few minutes from my house. I go there, load up on several loaves for a very cheap price (85 cents a loaf!) and throw it in the freezer.
I know, I am soooooo lucky! I've even been hesitant to write about it on the blog because I didn't want to brag! Well, you're in luck, too!
I was checking out Rotella's website (where they post all their ingredient info) the other day, and found that they sell several types of their bread by the case and mail it to you! You too can have this awesome bread!
OK, you do have to buy a case, but just throw it in your freezer. Trust me, their bread tastes great, even after being frozen for a couple of months.
Just so you know, you won't be able to buy it as cheaply as I do. You'll probably end up paying about $2 a loaf, but that's still a good price.
I highly recommend the Wheat Berry. It's to die for. If you've ever had an Arby's Market Fresh sandwich, that's the bread. So yummy!
If you end up buying some bread this way, leave a comment and let me know how it worked out for you. That way the other moms who read this will know, too!
I couldn't find the ingredient lists on the website. I wanted to check them for soy lecithin. I e-mailed the company, so hopefully they will get back with me.
The ingredient info is kind of a pain to find. You have to click on the individual product, then click on the nutritional information. A PDF will pop up. Hope that helps!
My wife and I have started a small bakery in Kansas City out of our house focusing on MSPI safe foods. We are still working on the website but we have successfully tested the shipping of our products.
I guarntee that you will find the prices and the products up to quality.
Learn more about us and the products at http://www.doughbakeryonline.com/
Another good place we have found to buy prepared products is Whole Foods (you can actually BUY their French Fries) look for the 360 brand of products.
- Jeremy & Sarah Darling
PS: Sorry for the impromptu ad, but I know we have had a lot of problems finding quality products and we are working hard to get word out :)
Just thought I would put an updated comment here for anyone like myself who is new to the MSPI diet. I too live in Omaha and was buying Rotella bread and noticed this past week they have started using soybean oil in their bread now :(
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