WELCOME BACK TO BREAD

LOW-CARB • GLUTEN-FREE • PALEO

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SMALL BUNZ

Available in 6 bun packages

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CROUTONZ

Available in 4 oz packages

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LARGE BUNZ

Available in 4 bun packages

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EVERYTHING DOUBLE SIDED BAGELZ

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ROLLZ & HOLZ

Available in 8 oz packages

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WELCOME BACK TO BREAD

GLUTEN-FREE
NO GRAINS

DAIRY FREE

NO ADDED SUGARS

NO GMO INGREDIENTS
CHEMICAL FREE

If you miss bread, or are struggling to give it up, WELCOME BACK.

Fox Hill Kitchens Awesome Bunz, Bagelz, Rollz & Holz are gluten-free and grain-free; paleo and primal friendly; low in sugars and low in net carbohydrates; great for diabetic and ketogenic diets; free of soy, canola, and GMO ingredients; and DELICIOUS.

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At Fox Hill Kitchens we understand how important it is for you and your family to eat in the healthiest way possible. Now you can enjoy bread again without sacrificing flavor, texture, or the diet that has you looking and feeling your best.


What is the Paleo Diet?

The basic idea of the paleo diet is to mostly eat foods that were available before farming, herding, and factory production occurred. This means avoiding grains, legumes, dairy, added sugars and chemicals. Many people feel healthier, have an easier time managing their weight, and find that other health issues clear up when they adopt this lifestyle. Everyone has their own version of how they relate to the paleo or primal diet. Some folks find that ghee or goat cheese feels fine, while others might eat rice occasionally. It is personal.

A few words on low carbohydrate and ketogenic diet:

Many people find that strictly limiting their carb intake makes it easier to lose weight and keep weight off. This means limiting the amount of sugars and starches, including all sweeteners, pastas, potatoes, starch based flours and most fruits. For type 2 diabetics, cutting way back on carbohydrates can be helpful to help lower blood sugar issues.

Very Low-Carb

The current nutrition information on our Awesome Bunz labels is based on the combined starches, sugars, and carbohydrates, according to the USDA database nutritional values of the raw ingredients. It does not reflect the changes that occur at various stages in the process of baking, and especially proofing, during which the yeast consumes most of the very few natural sugars that go into the dough. In order to accurately reflect the nutrition of the final product, you have to test it in a lab.

Initial lab testing indicates an astonishingly low carb count: 0.16 grams per bun. This backs up what we suspected based on happy reviews from nutritionists who work with diabetic clients and have found that our Bunz “do NOT trigger insulin production.”

Full lab testing is still pending, but we’re proud to share this initial carbohydrate analysis that demonstrates just how awesome our Awesome Bunz really are.