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    High protein bread/bagel!


    https://www.highproteinbread.com/products


    28grams of protein crazy!

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    Bet it's only slightly chewier than the sole of my shoe too
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharperunner View Post
    Bet it's only slightly chewier than the sole of my shoe too
    and its a pretty little penny for 5 slices of each its 60$ not including shipping!
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    LOL why would anyone buy this??? id rather get some regular bread and put a hamburger patty inbetween
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehulk2203
    Tbh I'd rather get my protein from meat and eggs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehulk2203
    I've seen this bread at my local supermarket in the frozen food section.

    Been interested in buying one.

    Read a few reviews of the taste online and no real complaints on texture or taste
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    6 bucks a loaf which contains 15 slices... not horribly expensive. There are other breads out there with high protein content though, and much cheaper per serving.
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    interesting find! but I still prefer my egg and cheese sandwich
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    isn't Arnold Protein plus bread 14g of protein a slice? or maybe 7g? Either way its usually on sale for $2 something a loaf
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    actually p28 bread and bagels are very good. a slice of the bread is 130 calories and 14 grams or protein.
    Its maybe a little chewy but tastes like raisin bread goes great with Peanut butter and or jelly. Personally i love it and the bagels are even better but not quite as cost effective as the bread. Ive known about them for a long time and they are the best company in the protein bread business i guess you could call it. Great for dieting and very filling I'm bout to order some more here soon.
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    Tried it and was not for me. Ezekiel > All. IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericool007
    actually p28 bread and bagels are very good. a slice of the bread is 130 calories and 14 grams or protein.
    Its maybe a little chewy but tastes like raisin bread goes great with Peanut butter and or jelly. Personally i love it and the bagels are even better but not quite as cost effective as the bread. Ive known about them for a long time and they are the best company in the protein bread business i guess you could call it. Great for dieting and very filling I'm bout to order some more here soon.
    Cool ill have to try some then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhadam
    6 bucks a loaf which contains 15 slices... not horribly expensive. There are other breads out there with high protein content though, and much cheaper per serving.
    I guess I read the price wrong that's really not that bad one sandwich with peanut butter could be about 35-40 of protein not bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by coco2
    interesting find! but I still prefer my egg and cheese sandwich
    Me too steak ,eggs and chicken for breakfast

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    Hell yes.
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    Hmm, the second protein in the blend is wheat protein isolate (worthless).
    http://pescience.com/
    http://selectprotein.com/
    The above is my own opinion and does not reflect the opinion of PES
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