Rudi’s Rocky Mountain Sourdough


You should know by now that I have an abnormal love for Rudi’s Nut & Oat bread.  It is unnatural – truly.  However, when I serve it to family and friends during big Saturday morning breakfasts they also rave about it and ask what kind it is.  I’ve created another crazed fan out of my sister in law.  She gets *almost* as excited about it as I do. hehehe. {Speaking of, Kristen, if you are reading this, you can get a coupon for $1 off  on their website here right now).

Well, I have some exciting news about my friends at Rudi’s Bakery.  In a recent online poll determining top foods for vegetarians from Vegetarian Times, a magazine for those interested in healthy living and wellness, Rudi’s Organic Bakery was voted as one of readers’ favorite sourdough breads. In order to select the winners of the 2011 Foodie Awards, the magazine nominated 114 products in 26 categories and asked readers to vote for their favorite products online. More than 170,000 votes were cast over a two month period. The winners can be found in the October 2011 issue of the magazine on newsstands now and at www.vegetariantimes.com.

Made with organic ingredients you can recognize and pronounce, Rudi’s Rocky Mountain Sourdough bread has just the right amount of sour to complement a favorite sandwich, which is why Vegetarian Times’ showed some love for the bread, noting it is “light, fluffy sourdough that’s great plain, as toast, or for sandwiches.”

We recently gave the Sourdough bread a try here at our house and it was great.  Judah has been enjoying it with lunch and has actually enjoyed just eating it straight out of the bag – plain.  However, as long as they have Nut & Oat bread, I can’t say I’ll be switching any time soon! LOL.  {I really am that addicted}.

Rudi’s Organic Bakery was founded 35 years ago on the idea that there is a better, brighter way to make bread, leading the company to become a pioneer in the bread industry. Rudi’s Organic bakes bread without the use of artificial chemicals or preservatives, and nearly 20 years ago started using organic ingredients in its breads and baked goods.

One would think Rudi’s Bakery was paying e big bucks for this post, but they are certainly not.  I did receive a loaf of bread and I am happy to be paid in bread for this company… the bread is really that good. (:  All opinions are honest and are my own, of course.

Post to Twitter Post to Plurk Post to Yahoo Buzz Post to Delicious Post to Digg Post to Facebook Post to MySpace Post to Ping.fm Post to Reddit Post to StumbleUpon

Leave a Comment

*

Site design by New Season Design