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30/01/2006
Use your loaf by: Leslie Bunder
FILED UNDER DAILY JEWS >> Food & Drink
Burgen
Burgen

If you thought kosher bread was only rye or challah which stayed fresh for a day and are getting fed up by the limited variety of bread choices on offer, then you'll be pleased to know that Burgen's popular range of products can now be on your list of approved foods to eat.

With approval from the Sephardi Kashrut Authority, all Jews can now enjoy having mass produced bread that meets with kosher standards.

Having recently tested Burgen's Soya and Linseed we can testify that this is one tasty and versatile loaf.

First of all, its combination of soya, linseed and cracked wheat creates a hearty bread. It can be used with soup, toasted or even for making fancy sandwiches.

As a start of the day bread, it has a low GI making for a slow energy release to keep you satisfied during the morning before your next meal.

Of course, you don't need to eat a slice for breakfast, it can be used at any time of the day.

Now with more kosher bread choices out there, Jewish consumers can add a bit of variety to their bread intake and use Burgen's breads to make something special to eat and enjoy.

For more information: www.burgen.co.uk

 
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