What kind of bread person are you?

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  1. DR. HOUSE

    DR. HOUSE Everybody Lies

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    I like the whole grain wheat by sarah lee. Also marble bread, toasted and buttered with bacon and eggs.
     
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    I make my own, Amish white bread or Olive bread and Dill bread.
     
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    ramon NRA Benefactor

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    Sourdough....
     
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    Lothar Noob

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    ezekial bread.
     
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    Hummer Big Member

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    We've been making cheeses lately. Once you separate the cheese curd from the whey, the whey can be used as a substitute for milk in making breads, pasta, etc. So, I've been making English Muffin Whey Bread with the bread machine. Can't beat hot bread right out of the oven. Goes great with homemade cheese and homemade red wine.
     
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    DWARREN123 Grumpy Old Guy

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    Just about any type of bread.
     
  7. DR. HOUSE

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    interesting
     
  8. Kith

    Kith

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    Any bread with honey in it. Otherwise something like 12 grain.
     
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    I buy White Bread. That's how I roll. :supergrin:
     
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    Zell IrregularMember

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    Yeah, because I such an o'l sour puss.:supergrin:

    Seriously, toasted, then buttered and plastered with blueberry jam.
     
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    Bread is what you eat when you have nothing else.:supergrin: That said pumpernickle.
     
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    I usually pull something like this out of the oven.
     
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    Therefore, marry a pretty girl
    after seeing her mother;
    show your soul to one man,
    work with another,
    and always serve bread with your wine.

    But , son,
    always serve wine.

    ~Peter Meinke
    "Advice to my Son"
     
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    Anything anything anything but white bread. The more grains the better.

    "The whiter the bread, the quicker you're dead."
     
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    sdsnet NRA Member CLM

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    I love sourdough, always have and always will.
     
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    Foxterriermom No place like home

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    Mostly whole grains bread. I really like the ones with sunflower seeds or nuts in them.
     
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    Dalton Wayne Epic mustache Millennium Member

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    Wheat or multi gran
     
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  18. Dennis in MA

    Dennis in MA Get off my lawn

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    Jussgimmedabread!

    I'm not fussy, but like homemade to anything store-bought. Altho the wiff came home with some sort of loaf of multigrain goodness last week. I figured I could eat a loaf of this and 5 Tbsp of butter per day and be under 2,000 calories. I could do that for a few weeks. LOL
     
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    skanless IPA ISLAND

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    Kings Hawaiian bread.
     
  20. tous

    tous GET A ROPE!

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    I've found the Kroger store brand bread to be as good as the name brand loaves that cost $1.50 more. I'm pretty much a wheat bread eater.

    Given my druthers, I would go with rye or pumpernickle, especially for sammichs.

    I tried some of the muli-grain breads, but I hate that grit between my teeth.