I buy, when I DO buy, often a light rye bread. I often, rather lately, have been making my own and this time I made a wholemeal instead of the usual rye.
I buy a pack of Laucke which is enough for four loaves, however I will go back to the rye next time as it was much nicer.
I occasionally buy one at Coles that has olives in it, and in my own I put all sorts of things including walnuts, seeds etc etc.
I enjoy any bread with grains in and also like Sourdough bread now and then. When I am able to get it, I really love Light Rye with Carroway seeds through it! We had this as a treat every Saturday when I was growing up! Dad would get it from the Bakery very, very early in the morning when it was still warm from the oven!! Of course the best way to enjoy this is with lashings of butter and some home made jam!
I love crusty tasty bread with sesame seeds, and as simple as it sounds, it's difficult to find a place that bakes beautiful tasty bread, especially in my area, of the bakeries that we have I haven't found one that can acheive this, I don't bother with woolies or coles, their bread is tasteless, and it's so damn frustrating, even to find a good sour dough!
I buy whatever takes my fancy . . . like a nice multigrain or something with sesame seeds on it. If I am making my own it is usually a Laucke crusty white. I am now going to try their rye - thank you Finy :-)
I love bread, when we buy it we usually buy plain white sliced bread but nothing compares to home made.
If we're making sandwiches I'll use store bought fluffy white bread but if we're having bread with soup or a roast dinner I'll make it myself.
I love how accomplished you feel when you make the perfect loaf.