The best sliced bread
Sliced bread is a great thing. Our household does toast for breakfast and sandwiches for lunch and munch on it on many points in between. BUT, when it comes to picking good, wholesome, affordable breads, I'm curious how you choose? At the store, a wall full of packaged bread is overwhelming.
A friend once told me that the rules of 3s apply to bread: no more than 3 grams of fat, at least 3 grams of protein, and at least 3 grams of dietary fiber. I would add that we shouldn't have to spend over $3 for a loaf of sliced bread.
What's the difference? What do you look for? Doyou grab and go or do you compare ingredient lists? Do you go local over all else? Lower carb? Lower cost? Any go-to brands that you always pick up?