Around the holidays I decided I was going to be as grain free as possible which also happened to be the same time a bunch of bread samples were delivered to my front door. Throughout the winter I incorporated Brazi Bites into my meal planning as to spread out my grain consumption.
Brazi Bites is a small company based in Portland, Oregon who has a great product line, although I don't consider it unique. The rolls are good, there's no doubt about that, however they are like any cheese roll or dinner roll that I've ever made: Hard on the outside and still very doughy in the center as if to make the baker think that the product isn't done, and inevitably you'll end up overcooking them.
If you don't like to bake or you need something super quick for a dinner party sure these are great. In fact that would be my recommendation to this company is to head in the direction of food service, catering, And working with local hotels and restaurants to provide gluten-free breads for travelers, But as a stand alone product on the shelf I just don't think this is unique enough or good enough to stand up against its competitors.