When I first went vegan, I had no idea how many breads include milk &/or eggs. I knew most of them would, but I didn't envision that I would then spend hours at the grocery store reading every bread label looking for a vegan one.
I discovered that many rye and pumpernickel breads were safe, and that was great. I like rye and pumpernickel, except, not all the time. If I'm trying to veganize french toast, rye is not a good choice.
So I haven't eaten much bread in the last few years. In fact, we eat so little bread that when I buy it, I generally keep it in the freezer, and pull out just a few slices at a time, so that it doesn't go bad.
Mia working at Mom's has changed things, though. Not only do they have a couple of different vegan breads, but since bread is delivered fresh daily, day-old bread is free to employees.
Oh, bread. I've missed you. Garlic bread for breakfast? Yes, please.