Trader Joe’s Sprouted Wheat Sourdough is packed with protein and fiber for a healthier, tastier sandwich.  

By Lauren Wicks
May 31, 2019
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I believe too many people go through life avoiding bread, and when they do eat it, it’s pretty lackluster. I blame Wonder Bread and other sad, bleached loaves for making many people believe bread is tasteless and void of any real nutritional value.

Bread has nourished civilizations for thousands of years, and it can be a great source of fiber, protein, and other essential nutrients if you buy the right kind! Enter Trader Joe’s Sprouted Grain Sourdough—a recent addition to the grocer’s bakery section—which will boost your protein and fiber intake.

Related: How Healthy Is Sourdough Bread, Exactly?

This bread packs 7g protein and 2g of fiber per slice while offering a hearty, tangy flavor from the sprouted grain-sourdough combination. That means your sandwich gets a major protein boost and packs almost 20 percent of your daily fiber needs before you even fill it up!

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While it’s not *quite* as good as homemade, TJ’s Sprouted Wheat Sourdough is way better than the other loaves of pre-sliced sandwich bread out there. And as much as I love Dave’s Killer Bread, I appreciate that TJ’s version doesn’t contain any added sugar. In fact, one slice contains only a gram, while Dave’s can pack up to 6 grams per slice.

You can find a loaf of TJ’s sprouted sourdough for $3.99, and if you’ve tried any other store-brand breads, you’ll find this one packs a lot less sodium than pretty much every other kind on the shelf. Time to get you inspired to make some delicious sammies—try our new Ultimate Veggie Sandwich, Turkey Sandwich With Kimchi Slaw and Miso Sauce, or one of our other 100+ sandwich concoctions!

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