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Genius Gluten Free Farmhouse Sliced Loaf 535g £1.50 @ Jack’s
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Genius Gluten Free Triple Seeded Farmhouse Sliced Loaf 535g
Jack’s Stores price £1.50 opposed to Sainsbury’s price of £2.90!
As far as I know this is Jack’s normal selling price
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Great price for this loaf! Personally, I always find Genius bread a bit dry, but the triple seeded is the best they do I think! 🔥
pookie891111/02/2020 15:07

Great price for this loaf! Personally, I always find Genius bread a bit …Great price for this loaf! Personally, I always find Genius bread a bit dry, but the triple seeded is the best they do I think! 🔥


The Genius fibre fest cob is even better, tastes just like real bread. Expensive though unfortunately
galareho11/02/2020 15:18

The Genius fibre fest cob is even better, tastes just like real bread. …The Genius fibre fest cob is even better, tastes just like real bread. Expensive though unfortunately


The Genius stuff is a lot more "bread" like than others but fiendishly expensive if not on offer.
sashforth11/02/2020 15:38

The Genius stuff is a lot more "bread" like than others but fiendishly …The Genius stuff is a lot more "bread" like than others but fiendishly expensive if not on offer.


I’d have to disagree. It’s dry and stodgy. Schar bread is the best I’ve found. Home Bargains sell the white, brown and seeded.
coldpop11/02/2020 15:53

I’d have to disagree. It’s dry and stodgy. Schar bread is the best I’ve fou …I’d have to disagree. It’s dry and stodgy. Schar bread is the best I’ve found. Home Bargains sell the white, brown and seeded.


Also found this to be awful. Very dry and falls apart very easily when part of a sandwich. I think Warburtons do a decent gluten free bread but only found it once. Tesco's own is okay if you don't get one with holes in. Not tried Schar.
I ‘like’ (it’ll never be like proper bread!) the M&S seeded loaf, and the warburton thins
TallYoda11/02/2020 15:57

Also found this to be awful. Very dry and falls apart very easily when …Also found this to be awful. Very dry and falls apart very easily when part of a sandwich. I think Warburtons do a decent gluten free bread but only found it once. Tesco's own is okay if you don't get one with holes in. Not tried Schar.


The thing is, most of the breads have a chemical called calcium propionate in them. This is a controversial substance which I avoid. Schar does not. I don’t believe in buying anything that’s not naturally gluten free as a rule, however, every now and then I crave a bacon sandwich.
coldpop11/02/2020 15:59

The thing is, most of the breads have a chemical called calcium propionate …The thing is, most of the breads have a chemical called calcium propionate in them. This is a controversial substance which I avoid. Schar does not. I don’t believe in buying anything that’s not naturally gluten free as a rule, however, every now and then I crave a bacon sandwich.


Schar do some great things! Their bake at home chiabatas are good, and their choc digestives are yum!

Thomas Fudge & Also Waitrose Branded florentine’s are a great treat
sicklysweet11/02/2020 16:15

Schar do some great things! Their bake at home chiabatas are good, and …Schar do some great things! Their bake at home chiabatas are good, and their choc digestives are yum! Thomas Fudge & Also Waitrose Branded florentine’s are a great treat


I’d always choose M&S Without Wheat range above anything but I don’t live near a shop so I make do with Schar, it’s also widely available in Spain too which is helpful.
coldpop11/02/2020 16:16

I’d always choose M&S Without Wheat range above anything but I don’t live n …I’d always choose M&S Without Wheat range above anything but I don’t live near a shop so I make do with Schar, it’s also widely available in Spain too which is helpful.


There’s an M&S to go, one of the ones in a garage, fairly close that sells the bread & some other snacks so maybe if you have one check it out!
coldpop11/02/2020 15:53

I’d have to disagree. It’s dry and stodgy. Schar bread is the best I’ve fou …I’d have to disagree. It’s dry and stodgy. Schar bread is the best I’ve found. Home Bargains sell the white, brown and seeded.


Is 'schar' bread the actual make. I am intrigued .. never seen or heard of it! Must look for it!
thx
1234orange11/02/2020 16:42

Is 'schar' bread the actual make. I am intrigued .. never seen or heard of …Is 'schar' bread the actual make. I am intrigued .. never seen or heard of it! Must look for it! thx


Yup, bright yellow packaging with red lettering.
sicklysweet11/02/2020 16:24

There’s an M&S to go, one of the ones in a garage, fairly close that sells …There’s an M&S to go, one of the ones in a garage, fairly close that sells the bread & some other snacks so maybe if you have one check it out!


We have two huge M&S foodhalls but they’re five miles away, so not the best for convenience. I’m just hoping they’ll do online shopping soon.
Love this triple seeded loaf and the genius gut loving protein cob (lower carb ). M&S loaves a close third, everything else is like cardboard, just my 2p worth as I’ve tried pretty much everything lol.
coldpop11/02/2020 15:53

I’d have to disagree. It’s dry and stodgy. Schar bread is the best I’ve fou …I’d have to disagree. It’s dry and stodgy. Schar bread is the best I’ve found. Home Bargains sell the white, brown and seeded.




I did not know that they sold Schar - hopefully cheaper than the main supermarkets.

I used to like Genius but they changed it a few years back and it went downhill IMPO. I favour M&S currently but try to get them on the reduced 'use by today' stickers and then freeze them. Mostly I make toast with them.
tawse5711/02/2020 20:39

I did not know that they sold Schar - hopefully cheaper than the main …I did not know that they sold Schar - hopefully cheaper than the main supermarkets.I used to like Genius but they changed it a few years back and it went downhill IMPO. I favour M&S currently but try to get them on the reduced 'use by today' stickers and then freeze them. Mostly I make toast with them.


They have the breads I’ve mentioned, the crispbreads, some biscuits and occasionally the pretzels.
1234orange11/02/2020 16:42

Is 'schar' bread the actual make. I am intrigued .. never seen or heard of …Is 'schar' bread the actual make. I am intrigued .. never seen or heard of it! Must look for it! thx


starbargains.co.uk/sea…q=sschar

Looks like that. Don't get too excited about the price as it's £6 postage below £40 spend
Not tried this one yet
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