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Dempster's BodyWise Multigrain Bread

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Product Review Added Date: 11-23-2007 00:26 ET
Product Review Added By: noma (voted: )

As far as breads go, I've only tried this one and Oroweat Multigrain. I prefer Dempster's by a smidge. I find the texture is just a little more satisfying.

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Comment Date: 09-21-2010 00:14 ET
By: Dalia (voted: )

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Comment Date: 08-12-2008 23:21 ET
By: JessieThe3rd (voted: )

Tasty for bread and I like that I get a whole flippin' piece!  I should say... great for HEALTHY bread - I prefer 12-20 grain bread usually.

Comment Date: 12-15-2007 20:48 ET
By: Shilps (voted: )

Although the slices are smaller, I really like this bread.  I find it tastes great on it's own


Comment Date: 12-08-2007 09:35 ET
By: Sarah80 (voted: )

I tend to like the orrowheat....but if I have it I'll eat it..I love bread!

Comment Date: 12-07-2007 22:59 ET
By: CarolP (voted: )

No review submitted, vote only.

Comment Date: 12-04-2007 12:02 ET
By: deb_109 (voted: )

No review submitted, vote only.

Comment Date: 12-01-2007 03:26 ET
By: affie (voted: )

Tastes OK to me.  tastes like real bread.

Comment Date: 11-30-2007 12:18 ET
By: Jojo (voted: )

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Comment Date: 11-29-2007 13:41 ET
By: BrookeB (voted: )

I like the taste but found the texture a bit "rubbery" for a good loaf of bread...

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