I posted this over at Daily Pundit, but I thought it would fit well here, too:
I've discovered a place that makes very low and zero net carb breads. It's called Julian Bakeries
. You can order online, or, in many cases, they will have local distributors - they have a list at their web site. In my case, a small grocery on my regular bike riding route carried two of their products - their "Paleo Breads" in coconut and almond flour versions, both with one net carb per slice.
I bought a loaf of each and made myself some bacon cheeseburgers in the Panini press. Here's how they turned out:
Now, don't get me wrong: this doesn't taste like a slice of Boudin Bakery sourdough fresh out of the oven. But it tastes like bread and is fine for sandwiches and the like. I'm planning on using it in my Christmas stuffing recipe shortly. And best of all, from a low-carb viewpoint, I was still in ketosis the next day, turning my ketostick a dark purple. And I ate eight slices of the stuff the night before.
I'm looking around for their oat-based zero net carb bread now.
UPDATE: Found it, and it has the best flavor of all. Warning: At 7 grams of soluble oat fiber per slice (very good for cholesterol, btw) is will, um, "bulk you up" considerably if you overindulge. If you know what i mean.... ;D
By the way, since i pretty much live on things like bacon, lard, heavy cream, mayonnaise, and meats, I was pretty much happy with my most recent lipid profile:
ER-Doc can tell you how those stack up in terms of health....