I've been baking very low carb bread (the Keto King recipe) but it's expensive and time consuming. I've seen Hi-Lo mentioned on here a couple of times, but only certain Sainsburys stores stock it (none of them less than an hour from me) and, as I've just discovered, though you can order it for click and collect from any Sainsburys, the ones that don't stock it will simply substitute it for another product. Which brings me to Hovis Nimble 400g Wholemeal. Only 8g of carbs per slice. A clear winner out of all of the regular (primarily wheat based) breads available, where 15-20g is the norm. So rather than reject them, I thought I'd give them a try. But look at the size of the slices. They're tiny. I think I've just paid £1 each for 4 loaves, sold on the enticingly low carbs per slice value. When I've gone to my fridge, I've compared the per 100g figure with the Morrisons own brand wholemeal that's still in there (I'd frozen it) which costs half as much per loaf, and a quarter of the price by weight. Hovis Nimble: 37g of carbs per 100g of product. Morrisons wholemeal: 38g of carbs per 100g of product. I feel like I've been swindled. I've just spend 400% of the cost by weight to save less than 3% in carbs. The only value is psychological, in that I can have two small slices of toast in the morning, rather than one larger one cut in half.