Tuscan Pane

This GIANT loaf of bread usually only lasts about 3 days at our house. It makes the most amazing toast I have ever tasted! It toasts nicely while remaining slightly chewy. has a very slight sourdough taste but not too strong. Because it has many holes it may make for a messy sandwich. But it is worth getting just for breakfast. It cost just over $2 at our TJs. Bread is fat free and 120 calories for slightly more than a slice but they are huge. Try with earth balance margarine for a yummy treat.
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01/27/2008
Reviews (7)
byjbelcore

February 22, 2008

I agree with the other comment, I wake up craving this toast.
bylehneka

March 18, 2008

I love it toasted with some Nutella spread over it...yum!
But my favorite use is to make panini's with it. A little messy (because of the holes). I often make corned beef with sauerkraut and swiss panini's on my grill pan and also turkey with roasted red peppers, red onion and other goodies. My kids love it.
bySuzyqdavis

August 18, 2008

This bread makes the best Monte Cristo sandwiches and also the best French toast ... holes and all! I always make extras to heat up the next day in the toaster oven. It tastes even better as a leftover. A real treat.
byblend45

November 10, 2008

It really is! I love it for sandwiches. It's great warmed and dipped in olive oil and, perhaps, garlic. And, as per the previous reviewer, it makes wonderful French toast when stale. It doesn't get mushy and retains a chewy elasticity. The bread ages well and rarely gets moldy.
bylammie10

January 23, 2009

I like the sourdough version sooo much better!
bycathysimms87

February 7, 2010

i never leave the store without two loaves
byKJF

February 27, 2010

I've never been a big fan of the bakery products at TJ's, they are consistently sub-par and the eliminated the only 2 things I truly loved -- the Orange Wheat and the Pretzel Buns. So, I bought this with some trepidation, and now, I never leave without a loaf. It makes fantastic toast. Chewy, rustic, perfect for croutons, bruschetta, with stews and soups. Based on the rather "open" texture (lots of holes sometimes and not many the next time) it isn't consistently great for sandwiches because anything moist will leak through, but other than that, I'm glad they have bread product I actually love.

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