Sunday, June 03, 2007

Freshly Made Low-Carb Bread Now Available From Francis Simun Bakery

Francis Simun Bakery serves outstanding low-carb bread

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive from my readers is this: "Where can I buy some good low-carb bread?" It seems the attempts to make a low-carb version of something that is traditionally shunned on the low-carb lifestyle have fallen way short of the mark. I've searched and searched to find a bakery who can not only make bread that is low-carb, but also moist, tasty, and enjoyable.

Well, you can look no further than the Dallas, TX-based bread company called Francis Simun Bakery to fulfill your low-carb bread needs from now on. Their marketing slogan is "Be Happy...Eat Healthy" and that's exactly what you'll be doing when you add this to your low-carb plan.

Had I not tasted their incredible breads for myself, I never would have believed this stuff was low-carb. But it is, it REALLY is! I took a bite, and then another, and then another before I finally let it sink in that low-carb bread CAN actually taste incredible! Francis Simun Bakery has convinced me of that.

Take a look for yourself at all the variety of breads Francis Simun Bakery has to offer people who are livin' la vida low-carb:

Francis Simun Bakery Low-Carb Breads
Click on the image above to see this low-carb bread up close

In addition to the Original Low-Carb Sliced Bread that's great for sandwiches, there are crunchy Low-Carb Bagel Chips for the perfect afternoon snack, Low-Carb Seasoned Croutons that'll go great on any low-carb salad or on top of green bean casserole, Low-Carb Breads Crumbs for homemade stuffing or as a coating mix, Low-Carb Bagels which taste incredible toasted with some full-fat cream cheese spread on them, Low-Carb Tortillas which are so versatile, Low-Carb Hot Dog Buns and Low-Carb Hamburger Buns when grilling out, and Low-Carb Pizza Crust for a quick and easy oven-baked low-carb pizza!

All the low-carb breads at Francis Simun Bakery Are Handmade

One of the things you'll immediately notice about these handmade breads are how fresh they are. That's because they don't bake the bread until you place an order for it. That way you can be confident that your low-carb bread is the highest quality of freshness it can possibly be when it is delivered to your home. Keep 'em in your freezer for a while so you can enjoy delicious and nutritious low-carb bread anytime.

Another distinctive characteristic of the Francis Simun Bakery low-carb breads is the rich signature aroma that will fill your kitchen when you warm them up! Whether it is French toast for breakfast or a grilled cheese for lunch, that unmistakable smell that fills the air from these remarkable breads will remind you that you have chosen the best possible low-carb breads for you and your family to enjoy.

The superiority of the ingredients in the Francis Simun Bakery low-carb breads is part of the secret to what makes them as wonderful as they are. These are what constitutes the basic recipe for these incredible breads:

Organic wheat gluten, yeast, filtered water, garbanzo flour, black bean flour, canola oil, golden flax seed, wheat germ, molasses, onion, and sea salt.

You'll notice the bread is high-fiber to make the net carb counts very low--less than 2.5g net carbs per slice of the Original Low-Carb Bread! That's a substantially lower number of carbohydrates from what you find in traditional white flour-based breads. And the taste comparison is unmatchable!

So how can you get your hands on this low-carb bread? If you live in the Dallas, TX area, then simply drive down to the Francis Simun Bakery located at 3106 Commerce Street in the 75226 zip code and pick up some during regular business hours.

But for the rest of us scattered all across the United States and Canada, they'll gladly take your order over the phone at 214-741-4242 or 214-742-5210, via fax at 214-744-7656, or by using their convenient online customer order form. Their friendly and efficient customer service team will quickly assist you with processing your order and getting it delivered to you promptly.

The hours of operation for the Francis Simun Bakery are Monday–Thursday from 9:00am-5:30pm, Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm, Saturday from 9:00am-2:00pm, and closed on Sunday. Contact them TODAY and let them know you want to try some of that fantastic bread Jimmy Moore from "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb" was raving about! Believe me when I say it is low-carb bread FINALLY worth writing home about!

Visit the Francis Simun Bakery web site to learn more about this bread company catering to people on the low-carb lifestyle! My wife Christine and I both came up with original recipes using this new low-carb bread which I will be sharing with you this week. You're gonna LOVE 'em!

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Blogger Unknown said...

There is also Natural Ovens that has a good 5g/slice bread.
Original Carb Conscious Bread

6/04/2007 1:34 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS, Brian! But that bread has MORE THAN DOUBLE the amount of net carbs as the Francis Simun Bakery bread does. Plus, there is 1g of sugar in that bread compared with ZERO sugar in the Francis Simun. I think it's probably a good product, but why not enjoy a truly GREAT product instead? :)

6/04/2007 1:46 PM  
Blogger Roynne Gillespie said...

I can definitely attest that this bread is the *best* low carb bread I've ever tasted. I like it better than regular commercial bread, actually. I had purchased a loaf at another LC store that (unfortunately) went out of business, and I couldn't remember the name of the bread to track them down! Thanks, Jimmy, for letting me know where to find them!

Trust me, folks, you will *love* this company's products.

6/10/2007 9:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Add another vote for this bread. It is, in one word,MAGNIFICENT!I can NOT believe that it is low carb. I'm never going back to regular bread again! THANK YOU SO MUCH for turning me on to these products!

6/28/2007 6:34 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS Roynee and Tish! I'm so glad you like the bread. IT'S AWESOME!!! :)

6/28/2007 6:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is this place still around?

7/07/2011 4:23 AM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...


7/07/2011 9:19 AM  

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