I've been aware over the past few months (mainly after reading In Defense of Food) that I eat too many processed "foods". In my defense, I do eat a lot of whole foods (veggies, beans, etc.) but when it comes to breads I was buying your basic sliced whole wheat version at the supermarket without a second thought.
Now, I am going to admit right out that I will likely never be the kind of person to make her own bread. I just don't have the patience no matter how "easy" everyone says it is. But, living in a town that actually has a bakery, I really have no excuse to keep buying the processed loaves shipped from who-knows-where.
So the last time I needed a loaf I stopped by Eileen's in downtown Fredericksburg and purchased one of their oat wheat loafs that they sliced for me right there, bagged, and I was on my way home for less than a supermarket loaf cost. I feel better. And boy, does it taste better!