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Crawdaddy
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Bunny Bread
Bunny Bread

Is the NOLA Bunny Bread different than the link above?

What is the difference between plantation, old fashioned, giant, and the others?

Will the Plantation name stay?


SmokedBrisket2018
Member since Jun 2018
1161 posts

re: Bunny Bread
I would say yes. Available at grocery stores in green area.



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hungryone
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river parishes
Member since Sep 2010
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re: Bunny Bread
I think all of those monikers are just differently sized loaves, with slightly different slice thicknesses.
This post was edited on 9/15 at 2:35 pm


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slinger1317
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Member since Sep 2005
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re: Bunny Bread
Bunny Bread GIANT was all we ate growing up in BR.

I've moved on to wheat bread nowadays, but every now and then I'll get a loaf of Bunny to make toast for a bacon sandwich.


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AFistfulof$
New Orleans Saints Fan
New Orleans
Member since Jan 2013
730 posts

re: Bunny Bread
Plantation, aka round top, is the GOAT (for bunny bread)


SixthAndBarone
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Member since Jan 2019
719 posts

re: Bunny Bread
Correct, plantation is a rounded top and seems to be a little bigger because of the top. I think plantation is softer as well and the loaf seems to be a few slices shorter. It’s my go-to pick.


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LSUSLU106
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2015
162 posts

re: Bunny Bread
I agree by far the best is the Bunny Bread plantation loaf.


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msap9020
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Texas
Member since Feb 2015
226 posts

re: Bunny Bread
Bunny Bread...….

One of the things I do miss living in Texas now. We brought loaves back with us and froze them for a while but eventually gave up. Natures Own Butter bread is the closest substitute I have been able to find.


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91TIGER
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Member since Aug 2006
14520 posts

re: Bunny Bread
Bunny is pretty good I will admit it, but this is the King !










Soul Gleaux
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2012
3546 posts

re: Bunny Bread
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Bunny Bread


More like GOAT Bread amirite


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BobABooey
LSU Fan
Parts Unknown
Member since Oct 2004
7393 posts

re: Bunny Bread
Even the Germans liked Bunny Bread. There was an old story about a German u-boat that was destroyed in the Gulf and a Bunny Bread wrapper was among the wreckage that floated up.




ruzil
Southeastern LA Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2012
14219 posts

re: Bunny Bread
Funny, all the brand loyalty here. Flowers bakery makes both bunny and evangaline maid bread among others I can't remember at the moment.


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John Casey
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Nov 2016
557 posts

re: Bunny Bread
The best Bunny Bread:



It was basically Cane's toast. Unfortunately, I haven't seen it at the store in years.


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jrobic4
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2011
979 posts

re: Bunny Bread
If you downvoted Evangeline made, I know you're not from Acadiana, which means you probably never had it in the first place


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hungryone
LSU Fan
river parishes
Member since Sep 2010
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re: Bunny Bread
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Even the Germans liked Bunny Bread. There was an old story about a German u-boat that was destroyed in the Gulf and a Bunny Bread wrapper was among the wreckage that floated up.

I heard this story as a kid, but the brand was Merita bread. It’s a common story all along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts.


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