It is a low carb seeded loaf that is very elusive, possibly endangered and definitely on the "at risk of extinction" list. If you can find a shop that sells it, keep it to yourself as otherwise half the forum will descend on it like a cloud of locusts.New to all this and read lots are using Burgen, what is it?
Can I ask please what is burgen toast ? & I take it its low carb?Great idea Alan!
Breakfast: 2x slices Burgen toast one with a little jam, the other marmite
Lunch: Ham salad sandwich (Burgen again) and an apple
Eve meal: Party buffet for my neice's 18th birthday. 2 small slices of pizza, some crisps/nibbles, salad & dips. All the drinks were fruit juice infused cocktails/mocktails so I stuck to water. Stayed strong and avoided cake, but still had a bit of a spike after (buffets are my food nemesis)
Can I ask please what is burgen toast ? & I take it its low carb?
If you keep the loaf in the freezer it makes it difficult to overeat it because you have to wait for a slice to defrostI bought a loaf of bread last week for the first time in 2 years and it is a Warburton's No added sugar wholemeal loaf at just 9g carbs per slice which is quite nice but I am having great difficulty limiting it to 1 slice. Once I start with bread, I struggle with the "off switch" I probably won't be buying another loaf simply because for me it sets the cravings away and I find life much easier without those cravings.