House of Bread
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Where Good Taste Comes Naturally
When planning your perfect meal, look no further than us. bread lovers beware. . .you're in for a tasty surprise.
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At House of Bread, we take our time to produce some of the best tasting goods, using natures ingredients, just like Grandma. Here are reasons why our products are better tasting, and better for you, than mass-produced bread purchased from the grocery store:
Wholesome ingredients and natural processes
We use fresh, natural stone-milled wheat flour for all of our products. Fresh flour is more nutritious for you and makes a tastier bread. Flour that is left to sit oxidizes and nutrients dissipate into the air, which also negatively effects the flavor.
High-fiber whole grains. Our breads are ideal for individuals who want to eat the good carbohydrates for optimum health and weight control. Pure honey as a sweetener. Honey is a natural preservative, a natural antioxidant, and is digested easily.
Chemical and artificial preservative-free. All House of Bread products are produced and preserved the natural way.
Naturally fat-free. Many House of Bread products are produced without fat, and when fat is used, it comes from a natural source such as eggs, olive oil, canola oil or real butter.
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Type of Meals Served:
After tasting this loaf toasted, you’ll never go back to plain toast again. Packed with raspberries and glazed with frosting. Ingredients: Unbleached white flour, honey, water, raspberries, sugar, yeast and salt
A whole grain bread that is packed with flavor. Grab a loaf sliced for your next sandwich adventure. Ingredients: Whole Wheat and White Flour blended with Cracked Hard Wheat, Oats, Barley, Triticale, Rye, Millet, Honey, Yeast, Salt
The perfect dinner loaf – packs a ton of garlic flavor, and sharp cheddar taste into every bite. Ingredients: Unbleached white flour, honey, cheddar cheese, yeast, garlic, salt and butter
Ingredients: Unbleached White Flour, Water, Honey, Yeast and Salt
Sourdough Artichoke Pesto
The care your bread deserves
Keeping Your Bread Fresh
All House of Bread products are made without artificial preservatives. Follow these simple steps to keep your bread fresh and tasty.
If unsliced, store bread at room temperature for the freshest, best-tasting product.
What you can expect: Our bread should keep for a week at room temperature.
The best place to store bread is in a dark, dry place such as a breadbox or cupboard. Clay breadboxes are particularly good. A good alternative is a closed paper bag or sealed plastic bag.
Bread that will not be consumed within a week should be stored in the freezer. Avoid the refrigerator – refrigeration may retard the molding process, but it increases the staling process – freezing retards both.
If you see any mold on a loaf of bread, throw the whole loaf away – don’t try to cut around the mold.
For soft-crust breads, wrap the loaf in foil and bake in a preheated oven for 8 – 12 minutes at 350 degrees.
For artisan breads, sprinkle or mist slightly with water and place in a preheated oven for 6 – 8 minutes at 400 degrees.
Toasting is another ideal way to refresh the flavor of both soft crust and artisan breads.
Wrap room-temperature bread in aluminum foil and place in a freezer-safe plastic bag, squeezing out as much air as possible. Bread packaged in this manner can be successfully frozen for 2 months without sacrificing flavor or texture.
If you know upon purchase that the bread will be frozen, ask for an extra bag at time of purchase and double bag for freezing. Thaw in the unopened plastic bag at room temperature. Follow our instructions for refreshing bread if needed.
Use a high-quality, serrated bread knife and a steady grip. With gentle, constant pressure “saw” back and forth on the loaf, creating smooth, even slices.
Do not attempt to slice frozen bread, it is easy to cut yourself if the knife slips. Instead, wait for the loaf to thaw before slicing.