I usually buy Kenco Millicano coffee as I like the flavour. For an instant coffee is really isn’t bad.
On the last two shopping trips, however, the only alternative available in the ‘barista’ style instant coffees was Nescafe Azera.
Now I usually boycott Nestle products as a matter of course on moral grounds (as opposed to coffee grounds) but I thought this was a classic Hobsons choice. I was wrong. Going without would have been the wiser option.
I shall be using the cafetierre until further notice.
The sandwich ‘thins’ from the Tesco Free From range are not bad at all. Probably one of the closest approximations to ‘proper’ bread that I have found yet.
These have a good flavour, decent texture and keep for several days. They also freeze well and maintain all the above qualities provided they are used quite quickly after defrosting; though of course that is the case with most baked products. Continue reading
Gluten free bread is somewhat better in general terms than the first products that came onto the market some years ago. Or at least that is what I have told myself. Continue reading