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the grocery store I use to go to had a VEGAN label on the bread- so I knew it was vegan.. I moved and my new store does not.<br><br>
Can you tell me some vegan bread brands/types? thanks <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">
 

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some of the Arnold brands are. The sandwich rounds are, and the 100% stone ground whole wheat i think is too...I don't have any bread in the house now. With their brand, you have to read all of the ingredient labels. They use whey in some of the breads. The mono and diglycerides are not animal derived. So, it basically comes down to the whey.<br><br>
There are other brands too, one that I could get at walmart that specifically says it's vegan, and was over $4 a loaf.
 

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I usually just read ingredients and avoid the major things like whey, honey, eggs, etc. I try to choose breads that have the fewest ingredients as possible.<br>
My husband used to bake our bread at home. It's very easy to make your own bread so if that's an option you might want to do that.
 

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Where at in the US are you?<br><br>
Sometimes some of the bread from bakeries inside grocery stores are vegan. If it doesn't list the ingredients you'll have to ask to make sure. Everything from Rubschlager is vegan, even the 'butter flavoring' in some products. I think all the breads from <a href="http://www.foodforlife.com/" target="_blank">Food For Life</a> are vegan.
 

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I always read whats in it.. the problem is when there are things that could be vegan or not be vegan.. >.> it comes down to that a lot when I'm searching.. bah. thanks for trying to help.
 

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The Aldis brand of wheat breads are vegan. No honey, dairy, l-cysteinen (sp?) or diglyceriedes.<br>
I've seen Arnolds vegan breads once but not most places I've looked. Too many non-vegan choices
 

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I think Ezekiel is Vegan. I have been eating a lot of wheat pitas and they are so good. I have a feeling I eat a lot of stuff that I think is Vegan and is not. It is so hard to tell. I learned today that Miso soup can be vegetarian and some is not.
 

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as far as the ingredients go, like mentioned, whey, honey, eggs etc, but then you have to look at mono and diglycerides, can be animal or plant based, and the L-cystine which comes froms bird feathers, and is a dough conditioner.
 
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