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12.02.2011

Manna Organics Bread Review and Giveaway


Hi there! I hope everyone is having a great start to their weekend. Here it is Friday evening and even though it has been a slightly rough day, I find myself blogging instead of sleeping. Sometimes being online is more relaxing than sleeping.

A few weeks back I was contacted by Manna Organics seeing if I would like to sample their products. Manna Organics is best known for their sprouted and yeast free bread. Their breads also have no salt, no oils, no sweeteners, and no leavening agents. Manna is a moist and delicious, high in protein and fiber. I really like sprouted breads and I have read that sprouted grains are better for the body because they are more easily digested. Their bread is a lot denser than regular breads and is more cake-like in texture.

The company sent me 4 of their most popular flavors.


Cinnamon Date Bread was delicious and a nice treat. I liked it toasted in the oven and then with a little crunchy peanut butter accompanied with some hot tea. It was a nice breakfast. Here are the delicious ingredients: Sprouted organic wheat kernels, filtered water, organic dates, organic cinnamon, organic oatmeal.

Millet Rice Bread was very simple yet tasty bread. Yet again, I prefer the bread toasted. Ingredients:Sprouted organic wheat kernels, filtered water, organic millet, organic brown rice.

Fig, Fennel, and Flax Bread was a delicious combination of sweet and savory flavors. It makes a great sandwich bread or as an accompaniment to a big green salad. Ingredients: Sprouted organic wheat kernels, filtered water, organic black mission figs (diced figs, organic out flour), organic flax seeds, orgainc fennel seeds, organic poppy seeds, organic pumpkin seeds, organic sunflower seeds, Organic Sesame seeds.


Bavarian-Style Sourdough Bread was my FAVORITE. My mother was in town when I received the bread so I got to share it with her and get her opinion of it. She really liked it as well. It reminded me of the dense bread served in Germany. YUM! I had 2 slices of it with an omelette. So filling indeed!



Now even though I only got to try 4 of their breads the company has 5 MORE different breads to offer, like Carrot Raisin, Banana Walnut Hemp, Fruit and Nut, Multigrain, Sunseed, and Whole Rye. They sell their breads in health food stores, in most Whole Foods Markets, or even on their website!

Do you want to try Manna Organics breads? Manna Organics has generously offered to give 4 loaves of bread to one giveaway winner. The winner would be able to pick their own flavors and they would be shipped directly to the winner. 

This giveaway is only open to continental USA addresses only.

Here is how you can enter:

Mandatory entry: 

1. Which Manna Organic Bread would you try?

Extra entries:(leave a comment for each)

2. Follow this blog on Google Reader or Subscribe to Feed
3. Like Opera Singer on Facebook
4. Follow Opera Singer on Twitter
5. Follow Manna Organics on Twitter
6. Like Manna Organics on Facebook
7. Mention this giveaway on Facebook or on own blog
8. Tweet the following message " Win 4 loaves of all-natural sprouted #vegan breads from @MannaOrganics on@singerinkitchen 's post. #giveaway #food http://bit.ly/rV7HiA "

Giveaway will close on December 8th at midnight EST. I will announce the winner on December 9th.

Good luck!

82 comments:

Tanya said...

I would try the rye or multigrain, but they all look so good!!

Tanya said...

I follow your blog on Google Reader (and I have so much catching up to do!!)

Tanya said...

I like you on FB (as Eating Kale page)

Tanya said...

I follow you on Twitter (@EatingKale)

Tanya said...

I follow Manna on Twitter (@EatingKale)

Rebecca said...

Any of the gluten-free breads i'd love to try!

Rebecca said...

I'm following your blog via google reader!

Rebecca said...

I liked Manna Organics on facebook!

Rebecca said...

I'm following you on twitter!

Tanya said...

I like Manna on FB (as Eating Kale page)

Tanya said...

I tweeted:

https://twitter.com/#!/EatingKale/status/142835861258637312

Rebecca said...

I like anoperasingerinthekitchen on facebook!

Amber Shea @Almost Vegan said...

Yum! I've got to try that Bavarian sourdough

Amber Shea @Almost Vegan said...

I like you on FB

Amber Shea @Almost Vegan said...

I follow you on Twitter

Amber Shea @Almost Vegan said...

I follow Manna on Twitter

Amber Shea @Almost Vegan said...

I like Manna on FB

Amber Shea @Almost Vegan said...

and I tweeted!

The Hedges said...

Sour dough for sure, but since I'm a huge bread lover I'd try 4 different flavors if I were to win.

Art You Dream About said...

I'm most curious about the fig, fennel, and flax flavor

Art You Dream About said...

I follow Manna Organics on Twitter

JW said...

I'd love to try the fig fennel flax!

JW said...

I follow you on twitter. I am @butterjessfly

JW said...

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JW said...

I tweeted! @butterjessfly

bukaeyes said...

I'd love to try the Sunny Sourdough Bread!
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bukaeyes said...

I like you on Facebook
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bukaeyes said...

I like Manna on Facebook
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Vegiegail said...

Banana Walnut Hemp! No, wait, Carrot Raisin. Can I really only pick one? They all sound so good!

Vegiegail said...

I like Opera Singer on Facebook!

Vegiegail said...

I follow Opera Singer on Twitter!

Athena said...

Banana walnut hemp would be one of my choices.

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Athena said...

I like you on FB.

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Athena said...

I follow on Twitter.
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Athena said...

I subcribe via feed.
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Bethany S. said...

The cinnamon date one sounds good!

Bethany S. said...

I subscribe to your blog via e-mail.

Bethany S. said...

I "like" you on facebook too!

Bethany S. said...

I posted it on my blog:
http://chezschoeff.palmergrove.com/1/post/2011/12/review-and-giveaway.html

ladydi115 said...

The Banana Walnut Hemp sounds fascinating! thanks.

Ashley said...

The cinnamon date sounds delish! Thanks for the giveaway!

Ashley said...

I subscribe!

Ashley said...

I like you on FB

Ashley said...

I follow you on twitter

Ashley said...

I like them on FB

Ashley said...

I tweeted!

moonsword said...

The Fig Fennel Flax, Millet Rice, Banana Walnut Hemp and Sunseed Sprouted Breads sound amazing! They look wonderfully rich and dense and satisfying. Thank you for the giveaway!

Party Marie said...

Hello :-)

I miss the convenience of deliberating between the intoxicating selection of organic breads at Whole Foods; I now live in Charlotte, NC and hear one is coming soon! Yay!

As for these breads, the simple ingredients are VERY attractive to me. The 3F (fig, fennel, flax) does sound like a bread I could use for sandwiches and as an accompaniment to salads, pastas, and the like. Carrot raisin also sound delectable, as I have been on quite the carrot juice kick!

Your blog is so visually appealing AND intellectually stimulating to read. Thank you for offering your recipes and insider info on different, healthy brands! I love to try different alternatives to traditional foods.

Patty

Samantha C. said...

I want to try Carrot Raisin!

Christina said...

I've eaten Manna Bread for years so have tried most of them but I haven't tried the Fig Fennel Flax as haven't seen it in the stores so would love to try that one!

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Christina said...

I subscribe via Google Reader.

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Christina said...

I like Opera Singer on Facebook. (Christina Almond)

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Christina said...

I follow @singerinkitchen on Twitter. @calmond

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Christina said...

I follow @mannaorganics on Twitter. @calmond

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Christina said...

I like Manna Organics on Facebook. (Christina Almond)

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Christina said...

Mentioned on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/christinaalmond79/posts/274540352596161

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Christina said...

Tweeted:

http://twitter.com/#!/calmond/status/143406311713935360

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Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family said...

Cinnamon date would be my first choice.

Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family said...

I like you on Facebook.

Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family said...

I follow you on Twitter.

Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family said...

I tweeted the giveaway

Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family said...

I like Manna on Facebook.

Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family said...

I like Manna on Twitter.

Samantha C. said...

I subscribed to feed!

Samantha C. said...

I like Manna on Facebook

Domestic Diva said...

The sunny sourdough sounds great.

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Domestic Diva said...

I follow on gfc.

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PurpleLarkspur said...

I would love to try the Banana Walnut Hemp

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PurpleLarkspur said...

I Follow Manna Organics on Twitter. I am @purplelarkspur
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PurpleLarkspur said...

I Follow you on Twitter. I am @purplelarkspur
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eclairre said...

Yum! I've got to try that Bavarian sourdough

Kelly @LeafyNotBeefy said...

Yum! Sunny Sourdough!

Kelly @LeafyNotBeefy said...

I like you on Facebook

Kelly @LeafyNotBeefy said...

I'm subscribed to your blog

Kelly @LeafyNotBeefy said...

I like Manna on Facebook

Kelly @LeafyNotBeefy said...

Just shared on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kellyrothermel?sk=wall

Mari said...

I like the millet rice bread. I especially like that manna breads do not contain any soy products.

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Mari said...

I follow via google friend connect

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Mari said...

I’m a twitter follower (LuckyDuckyToo)

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Mari said...

I’m a Manna Organics twitter follower (LuckyDuckyToo)

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Mari said...

I’m a FB fan (Mari Doug)

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Mari said...

I’m a Manna FB fan (Mari Doug)

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