Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and goodbread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts. - James Beard The above quote is truly profound and oh so true. Good bread is one of the simplest pleasures of life and consequently one of the most satisfying also.
Now I'm no bread connoisseur. I'm not someone who has fancy breads like sourdough and it's ilk often. Forget often I'm sure I can count on my fingers the number of times I've had the fancy ones.
However me and my family and copious consumers of the normal everyday variety of breads, you know the one you get at your grocers every day in the morning.
In that domain we have explored quite a bit, from the standard Maida bread which has to be Wibbs to the Whole Wheat Moshes premium one and settling on our current favourite the 9 grain bread.
So it was quite natural for my father to be curious enough to order up a Danz Bread when he read about it in the papers.
At Rs. 70 for a loaf in his head it was a worthy investment to try at least once.
The speciality of Danz Bread is that it's delivered every morning freshly baked less than 2 hours after baking which means it's super fresh. To add more incentive to that of being freshly baked it's completely bromate and preservatives free.
The taste of the Bread can best be described as earthy and thick. Thick? Yes that's the best word I could think off to describe the substantial mouth feel that the bread has.
It carried both butter and a Bruschetta like topping really well with out overpowering the flavour with sweetness yet having enough to allow bits of itself to shine through.
At Rs. 70 it's ten bucks more than what I would consider an ideal price. But it's home delivery service, promise of 2 hours from the time of baking and use of whole grains makes up for that.
Go order one right now!
Bambaiya Veggie paid for the bread and conducted the review anonymously