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Real Store-bought French Bread

sqwertz | Feb 8, 2011 10:42 AM

I don't know how long HEB has been carrying this stuff, but I want them to continue doing so. It's real French bread, made in France. Only 6 ingredients - no added fortification or other chemicals.

"Menessiz" French Bread. Sturdy "modified atmosphere packaging" makes it good for 3 months (expiration date on my packages are sometime in March). They are NOT frozen (but they can be). I just got a package each of their par-baked demi-baguettes and their regular baguettes for $1.50 each. This is GREAT bread. I announce it here in the hopes that HEB continues to make it available.

Picture of the package so you know what to look for:

I'm going back to the store now to buy at least 6 more packages while they're still there and on sale (2 packages for $3). And then to Costco for a bag of those addicting meatballs to make crispy, cheesy, gooey meatball subs.

-sw (who has no affiliation to any manufacturer, importer, or retailer, yada, yada...)

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