ele:REVIEW – Rudi’s Organic Bread

Via on Mar 24, 2008

Swami’s Choice > via Waylon Lewis

I grew up in Boulder, Colorado, and Rudi’s—named after Swami Rudrananda, a Hindu guru—was our favorite (they sought out third-party organic certification long before yuppies and hippies united to create Whole Foods). Cinnamon Raisin has always been my fave-it’s not breakfast, really, it’s dessert. Rudi’s is still baked in Boulder—it is now part of a big company that’s bought up a number of the best bakeries around the country. While it may no longer be mom n’pop, it still adheres to mission and taste that made me love it so. 

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2 Responses to “ele:REVIEW – Rudi’s Organic Bread”

  1. […] eat bread that often, but every once in awhile it’s nice to have a piece of toast. Preferably Rudi’s Cinnamon Raisin Toast in my book. But…contains eggs. So, I passed the rest of mine on to another friend who is […]

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