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Saturday

Soergel's ~ Wexford Pennsylvania

Most times, when we are on our way to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, my Hubs makes sure he stops at Soergels to get me my bread that is made without sugar, gluten or yeast.

 
They have the biggest selection of breads for me that I can find around our area.   The Millet Bread is my favorite and my Hubs will even eat it when he runs out of his yeast bread.
 
Their Naturally Soergel's store is in the cute little building pictured.

Naturally Soergel's
2573 Brandt School Rd
Wexford, Pennsylvania

14 comments:

  1. This sounds so good. I love homemade, fresh breads.

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  2. Oh I want some of that bread right now:) B

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  3. It does look like a cute little place.

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  4. It is nice for your hubs to do that...cute little place too

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  5. Looks like a nice snug little place for sure.

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  6. I love to eat bread but I have not eaten any bread that is made without sugar, gluten or yeast. I must try to look for this kind of bread in my area to try them. I think I will love to eat them too. Millet bread sounds tasty.

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  7. An adorable place and I love the sound of those breads!

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  8. I think I should send my human to such a place. Kneads must, you know. He'd rather loaf around! :)

    Pawsitive wishes from Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar!

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  9. I have got to find out if Little Bug can eat millet. I have been making paleo bread for him. It is not only expensive its not very bread like.

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  10. I haven't eaten bread without sugar, gluten or yeast either - and can't imagine it!! So I'll just have to track some down one day & see what it's like!!!

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  11. Hi There, That is a neat place... You'd think these days --with so many people having gluten problems along with other allergies and problems, that there would be more places like Soergel's out there!!!! Glad you found that place --and glad you can stop and stock up.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  12. They have a cute store!

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  13. Once I started doing vegan I couldn't believe all the things baked into some of the breads. And I once found "trace pork fat" listed in crackers.

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  14. I've had yeast-free gluten-free bread that was rice based and it was awful! I'm also sensitive to millet and corn so I've given up on bread entirely! There are some waffles I use for bread though.

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