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2015/11/17 13:15:53 (permalink)
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LIDL Protein Bread

When I saw it on the LIDL bakery I thought it was too good to be true. Anything that is 30g protein can never be 29p, but lo and behold it is. As soon as I got home I went online and found the data for its content. Here it is:
 
per 115g serving
Energy 298 kcals
Protein 30.7g
Carbohydrate 9.8g(sugars)0.6g
Fat 15.4g
 
 
All in all it looks pretty good to me. I made my sandwich with two slices of meat and low cal dairy slice and it came to around 420kcals with 42g protein. It tastes pretty good two, its almost like rye bread, only a little bit better. And for 29p how can we complain? It probably the cheapest protein source I've ever come across!
 

post edited by tellersquill - 2015/11/17 13:18:32
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/17 14:04:14 (permalink)
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The saying 'you get what you pay for' never rings more true than where food is concerned IMO.
 
Post up the ingredients and lets have look. I would wager that there would be chemical additives galore and that the protein source quality would be questionable.

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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/17 14:13:59 (permalink)
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The saying 'you get what you pay for' never rings more true than where food is concerned IMO.
 
Post up the ingredients and lets have look. I would wager that there would be chemical additives galore and that the protein source quality would be questionable.




I found the ingredients to e as follows:
 
The ingredient list states; Water, Linseeds, Wheat Protein, Soya Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, Sesame, Soybean Meal, Sunflower Seeds, Wheat Bran, Oat Fiber, Yeast, Salt, Colouring Spice Extracts (Curcuma). 
- See more at: http://nuutrii.com/articl...w#sthash.9KaEh6Pr.dpuf
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/17 14:33:54 (permalink)
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The saying 'you get what you pay for' never rings more true than where food is concerned IMO.
 
Post up the ingredients and lets have look. I would wager that there would be chemical additives galore and that the protein source quality would be questionable.




I found the ingredients to e as follows:
 
The ingredient list states; Water, Linseeds, Wheat Protein, Soya Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, Sesame, Soybean Meal, Sunflower Seeds, Wheat Bran, Oat Fiber, Yeast, Salt, Colouring Spice Extracts (Curcuma). 
- See more at: http://nuutrii.com/articl...w#sthash.9KaEh6Pr.dpuf


Looks good to me. Probably healthier than a whey protein shake.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/17 14:47:32 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby newcastle 2015/11/17 14:50:52
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Id like to try it . Looks nice too.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/17 15:00:18 (permalink)
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If they are in my local Lidl i will give them a try as well, they compare favourably with MP's protein bread as well as other makes.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/17 15:13:09 (permalink)
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The wife got me one to try, I enjoyed it and it was very filling, quite dense...(the roll, not me  ) I will be having them again in the future.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/18 13:34:18 (permalink)
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The saying 'you get what you pay for' never rings more true than where food is concerned IMO.
 
Post up the ingredients and lets have look. I would wager that there would be chemical additives galore and that the protein source quality would be questionable.




I found the ingredients to e as follows:
 
The ingredient list states; Water, Linseeds, Wheat Protein, Soya Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, Sesame, Soybean Meal, Sunflower Seeds, Wheat Bran, Oat Fiber, Yeast, Salt, Colouring Spice Extracts (Curcuma). 
- See more at: http://nuutrii.com/articl...w#sthash.9KaEh6Pr.dpuf


Looks good to me. Probably healthier than a whey protein shake.


Yep looks ok, it doesn't mention the protein source though.

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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/18 14:40:30 (permalink)
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The saying 'you get what you pay for' never rings more true than where food is concerned IMO.
 
Post up the ingredients and lets have look. I would wager that there would be chemical additives galore and that the protein source quality would be questionable.




I found the ingredients to e as follows:
 
The ingredient list states; Water, Linseeds, Wheat Protein, Soya Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, Sesame, Soybean Meal, Sunflower Seeds, Wheat Bran, Oat Fiber, Yeast, Salt, Colouring Spice Extracts (Curcuma). 
- See more at: http://nuutrii.com/articl...w#sthash.9KaEh6Pr.dpuf


Looks good to me. Probably healthier than a whey protein shake.


Yep looks ok, it doesn't mention the protein source though.




Wheat protein by the looks of things?



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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/18 14:57:35 (permalink)
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They taste ok, I had a few but soon started to dislike the taste after a while. No longer buy them.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/19 02:29:12 (permalink)
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The saying 'you get what you pay for' never rings more true than where food is concerned IMO.
 
Post up the ingredients and lets have look. I would wager that there would be chemical additives galore and that the protein source quality would be questionable.




I found the ingredients to e as follows:
 
The ingredient list states; Water, Linseeds, Wheat Protein, Soya Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, Sesame, Soybean Meal, Sunflower Seeds, Wheat Bran, Oat Fiber, Yeast, Salt, Colouring Spice Extracts (Curcuma). 
- See more at: http://nuutrii.com/articl...w#sthash.9KaEh6Pr.dpuf


Looks good to me. Probably healthier than a whey protein shake.


Yep looks ok, it doesn't mention the protein source though.


I'm guessing the main source of protein is from the seeds as its full of them.
 I've been having these for a couple of years now, they do get pretty monotonous as they are quite chewy.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/21 15:27:04 (permalink)
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Pretty good grab and go option if you ask me.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/24 21:09:11 (permalink)
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I bought 3 of them over the weekend and have eat them all, i like them.
 
They are certainly chewy but i don't mind that as i tend to swallow too quickly anyway and this forces me to take a bit longer. This extra chewing also means that you break down more of the flax seeds on top of the roll which means you get the extra nutrition which would otherwise have simply gone through you.
 
I think they will become a stapleof my diet each week, this means i either go to Lidl twice or three times a week which is a pain as it is 2 miles away and i don't have a car or I buy a load of the to last a week and stick them in the fridge/freezer.
 
I think ifyou eat them soon after they have been freshly baked you cut down on the chewing.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/25 10:35:32 (permalink)
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Is it a loaf or single servings?
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/25 10:47:48 (permalink)
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Is it a loaf or single servings?



A triangular bun, that has 30g protein and 10g carbs, total calories are about 300 per bun.
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/25 11:04:11 (permalink)
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Is it a loaf or single servings?



A triangular bun, that has 30g protein and 10g carbs, total calories are about 300 per bun.




A triangle of gains it seems!
 
Oldy, have you tried the Dr Zak protein bagels? This Chuck Lidl stuff looks similar style but obviously not a bagel. 
 
If so, thoughts? 

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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/25 11:27:30 (permalink)
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Is it a loaf or single servings?



A triangular bun, that has 30g protein and 10g carbs, total calories are about 300 per bun.




A triangle of gains it seems!
 
Oldy, have you tried the Dr Zak protein bagels? This Chuck Lidl stuff looks similar style but obviously not a bagel. 
 
If so, thoughts? 




I have tried Dr Zak protein bread but not the bagels, i think this Lidl roll is better value for money and has better macros as well, only 10g carbs per roll. That's not to say that carbs are bad, just that i don't want too many of them at the moment!
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/11/25 11:29:24 (permalink)
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Sounds interesting, I would assume that the majority of that is fibre too? 
 
Strange principle though eating low carb bread. 

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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/12/02 17:20:07 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby over9000 2015/12/24 09:16:33
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I have one every day with my breakfast.
 
Toasted with goats cheese and smoked salmon followed by 400ml FF milk, 2 scoops whey and 100g almond butter :-)
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Re: LIDL Protein Bread 2015/12/02 17:52:40 (permalink)
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I have one every day with my breakfast.
 
Toasted with goats cheese and smoked salmon followed by 400ml FF milk, 2 scoops whey and 100g almond butter :-)




That sounds like a very high calorie breakfast, nothing wrong with that of course but i would be interested in seeing the total calories in that.
 
It must be close to a 1000 or more.
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