Bread SRSLY Review + Giveaway

Looking for the best gluten free sourdough on the market? Does such a thing even exist? It does! Look no further than Bread SRSLY – 100% gluten free and made in a dedicated facility in San Francisco.

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If you’re not familiar with sourdough, it’s tangy taste is unlike any other bread variation. While you can technically find sourdough across the country, there is something special about sourdough made in the Bay Area (I’ve been told that it has something to do with the yeast, water, and geographic location). Kristopher, a Bay Area native and self-proclaimed sourdough connoisseur, confirms this. Between their loaves, dinner rolls and sandwich rolls, Kristopher and I agree that Bread SRSLY is simply the best on the market.

Their products ship incredibly well and can be stored in the fridge for several days before you decide to freeze the rest (that is, if you have any leftovers at all). I recently sliced up a fresh loaf and was delighted by the incredibly soft interior. The taste and texture is incredible, even days after it arrived – it’s difficult to stop eating it. We’ll be ordering more this week. 

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Fast facts about Bread SRSLY:

  • 100% gluten free facility
  • Certified GF through the CSA (CSA certifications are only given to products that test below 5ppm)
  • Nut free facility
  • Allergen-friendly
  • Vegan
  • Made by hand
  • Non GMO
  • Gum-free options (the sandwich rolls contain psyllium husk instead of xanthan gum)

Bread SRSLY is available at various Bay Area grocery stores and cafes. As for the rest of us, we can order them online! During the month of May Bread SRSLY will donate $1 to the Celiac Disease Foundation for every Loaves + Rolls Sampler purchased.

Special offer for my readers from now until May 10th – get FREE SHIPPING on your order with code “tastymeditation”. Click here to order your Bread SRSLY! (affiliate link)

GIVEAWAY! One winner will receive a Bread SRSLY Loaves + Rolls Sampler. Enter via the rafflecopter link below. US residents only. Giveaway ends 11:59PM EST on Thursday May 18th.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Disclaimer: I received samples of these products, but I was not paid to write this review. All opinions are my own, and I only recommend products that I, myself, use and love. This post includes an affiliate link. As an affiliate I get a small kickback if you make a purchase. This comes at no extra cost to you, and it helps me fund this website.

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32 thoughts on “Bread SRSLY Review + Giveaway

  1. I love sourdough! I have seen this bread all over instagram and would love to try it! I am not 100 percent gf, but we eat that way 95 percent of the time.

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  2. Fun giveaway! I would love to win because I have high standards when it comes to gf bread. I usually make my own! But with two young kids at home it would be nice to be able to buy some good stuff too for a treat 😉

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  3. Ahh, yum. It’s hard to find a gluten free and vegan bread on the market. This looks delicious. Sourdough is in my top #3 breads, if that’s a thing, haha..

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  4. This looks like some serious gluten free bread! I haven’t had sour dough bread in over five years and my mouth is currently watering. The thought of actually slicing through a loaf of bread sounds exciting! (only to a celiac, huh?) I’ve found fine enough bread to use as an alternative to gluten filled bread when I feel in dire need of a sandwich, but I have not found one that is like the bread I used to taste when I would go to bakeries. Also, it’s wonderful that it is hand made by a small company that is 100% gluten free!

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  5. I don’t think I have ever even had sourdough bread. It looks really good though and now that I have been gluten free I have never been able to try it. I also love the fact that this is vegan. How awesome! I would be honored to be able to try this.

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  6. I have been on the neverending hunt for a good gluten-free bread. I have heard amazing things about bread srsly and can’t wait to try all the varieties!

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