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Best Bread for someone with Type 2

AngelSprings

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At risk of diabetes
I've recently watched on You Tube shoppers in the USA purchasing low carb bread from Aldi, and wondered why it isn't sold in the UK? I feel sure it would do very well.
 

Annette&Bertie

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Type 2
I buy from this company, have been doing so for several months now. Usually, I will buy several loaves, etc and freeze some.
 

mage 1

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I also buy from the low carb co i buy there rolls in bulk and freeze them I think they taste better than normal rolls, I also buy there bread and there cheese pate .I also have Liv life from waitrose
 

ColinUK

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Type 2
I occasionally crave cheese on toast. It is the only "bready" thing I miss. When I do I bake a loaf of Almond Soda Bread from Tom Kerridge's Dopamine Diet book and have a couple of slices :)
Recipe please!
 

chaoticcar

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Type 2
I also buy from the low carb co i buy there rolls in bulk and freeze them I think they taste better than normal rolls, I also buy there bread and there cheese pate .I also have Liv life from waitrose
The low carb co is very expensive for us OAPs unfortunately
Carol
 

Annette&Bertie

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Type 2
I buy in bulk too. The bread and rolls are delicious and very very low carb, which means you can have more than one slice no worries. I am also a pensioner.
 

adrian1der

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Type 2

Lurch

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Type 2
First post since 2016. Used to post a lot after T2 dia. in 2013. Still alive. Still T2. Still on diet only, no meds. (Was told in 2013 would be on meds in six months).

Forced back to bemoan demise of Burgen Soya and Linseed bread. Was accepting Asda substitutes for weeks thinking it was just a temporary supply problem. Was shocked at spikes from other breads (so much for 'reversal' meaning 'cured') so I came back here and discovered keto bread. Never noticed before as baking not my thing. Started last week making simple keto bread with almond flour per 'Keto Connect' channel video on Youtube. Very tasty and filling! Who knew?

Again this forum has saved my T2 bacon... well, bread crisis.
 

grovesy

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Type 2
I am still managing to get the new version from Sainsbury's but availability is patchy.
 
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