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Old 10-31-2010, 04:32 PM   #1
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I've been jonesin' for toast and a sandwich for the past week or so...I'd love a truly low-carb product. This bread has gotten lots of positive press lately. Has anyone tried it? What do you think, Jersey Gyrl?

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Old 10-31-2010, 07:04 PM   #2
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Personally, I'd steer clear of it, particularly if you're on extended Induction.
You might want to consider making revolution rolls, they are Induction friendly
http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/improve...ion_rolls.html

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Thanks so much, Jersey Gyrl. I'm finally close to getting below 200 pounds; it's probably not a good time to experiment with the unknown. I'm not going in to work tomorrow, so I'll have extra time for breakfast. I'll give the revolution rolls a try. Have a great week.
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That looks like a great burger!
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I like the Revolution Rolls but I LOVE Cleochatra's Oopsie Rolls... those are the bomb in my book.

http://blog.yourlighterside.com/2008...ol-oopsie.html

I am going to have a fried egg and cheese sandwich with them. They are much better the next day. I store mine in a paper bag on the counter. Last week my coworker made me a steak sandwich with grilled onions and peppers. I just tossed the bun and used my oopsie roll..... YUMMM!!!

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I really am, all of a sudden, going NUTS for bread. Will make the oopsie rolls SOON. Must go to the grocery to get ingredients. Then I'm making a grilled cheese sandwich! Thanks, Applebuddy.
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They are really easy to make. I bake mine for 14 minutes and that seems perfect for me. I have three eggs left and want to either make more or make a fried egg sandwich. Although, your grilled cheese sandwich sounds tempting.

It must be time for dinner. I am feeling a little too hungry.

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i'm gonna try both of these recipes!
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That bread looks fabulous...I think I'm going to try to make a hamburger on it and if I like it I'll make them for Thanksgiving.
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