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Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Bread (15 Grain)

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Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Bread (15 Grain)
 
3.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Bread Since Sliced Bread Invented!

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from Astoria, NY

Comments about Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Bread (15 Grain):

I've been eating the 15-Grain, not other number-grain for years now. Any time I've every tried any other I've been dissatisfied. It's a true whole-grain bread and it has a high protein and fiber content compared to other breads, including the lower and higher grain numbers from PF. And contrary to another reviewer hear, what I love about the taste includes the natural nuttiness.

(5 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Awful Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Bread filled with hard seeds.

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from Beverly Hills, CA

Comments about Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Bread (15 Grain):

These Pepperidge Farm "Whole Grain" breads are absolutely horrible.  Awful stuff.  They are full of hard seeds that stick in your teeth.  I can't imagine why people come up with crazy ideas like that.  I hate to throw away food but it was so bad it was inedible.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Delicious and Oh so nutritious!

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from Crestwood, KY

Comments about Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Bread (15 Grain):

Pepperidge Farm 15 Grain is better than any other bread that I have found on the market and here is why. Before I married my husband I was a White-Wheat or Honey-Wheat girl, but then my husband gets put on a special diet by his doctor. Most wheat bread is not whole wheat but just extra vitamins added back into the flour. So I went looking for something whole grain but slightly sweet without that grainy taste. 15 Grain has an awesome taste and the order of ingredients tell the story of the nutrition. 1st ingredient the thing it has the most of: whole wheat flour, 2nd water, 3rd sugar - and yes, I did say sugar but 90 percent of the breads I find have high fructose corn syrup which is one of the worst things that you can eat far worse that good old table sugar and at only 3 grams I don't think that is that bad. 4th crushed wheat, 5th wheat gluten, 6th sunflower seeds (to me the seedy taste adds texture, my father-in-law doesn't like them because he tries to eat it without his dentures but the rest of our extended family enjoys it. 7th ingredient yeast... oil, honey and other grains follow including oats and flaxseed which have other nutritive properties. And it has 3 grams of fiber good for loaf bread. My only regret is that the bread costs a little more than some other loafs and my husband and I are on the Dave Ramsey plan to save money so I need to find coupons or an outlet or something to get it a little cheaper. But Oh so good!!!

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

This stuff is the Staff of Life, but ...

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from Oak Park, IL

Comments about Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Bread (15 Grain):

They say that bread is the "Staff of Life" as far as food is concerned and I have to admit that this bread really steps up to the plate.  Aside from being delicious, it is incredibly moist.  For those of us who live alone, sometimes it takes a while to work our way through a loaf of bread so it was important to me that this bread remained moist and fresh-tasting even down to the last slice in the loaf.

Each slice (or serving) contains 120 calories with 20 calories from fat, including 2 grams total fat, 0.5 grams saturated fat, no trans fats, 1 gram and 0.5 gram respectively of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, zero cholesterol, 20 grams total carbs, 180 mg. sodium, 3 grams each dietary fiber and sugars, and 4 grams protein.   Vitamins weighed in for a respectable showing of Calcium (4% Daily Values), 6% each of Thiamin, Niacin, and Iron, along with 2% each Riboflavin and Folate.  (Not bad for one slice of bread!)

Seldom have I tasted such excellent bread so why did I rank it only four stars?  Well, for me, the 15-grain experience may be a little intense.  Perhaps this wouldn't bother some people, but I thought there were too many little seeds scattered through and some of them were really hard and sometimes distracting or even a little alarming to bite into.  It was almost as though someone had mixed a couple handfuls of birdseed into the dough at the last minute.  I feel that this bread would have been just as worthy without the little hard seeds.

**TASTE TIP:**

All whole grain breads taste best when lightly toasted.

 

 

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