wheat bread


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wheat bread

n.
A bread made from a mixture of white and whole-wheat flours.
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One slice of Ezekiel bread has 10 grams (g) of protein and 4-6 g of fiber compared with wheat bread, which has 3 g of protein and 1-2 g of fiber, and white bread, which has 1 g of protein and no fiber.
She explained that wheat bread had made her bloated.
The protein, moisture, fibre, fat, ash, and carbohydrate of the vegetable enriched bread samples and 100% wheat bread were determined using AO AC methods [14].
In 2013, Kate patented a process for preventing discoloration in egg sandwiches built on whole wheat breads.
Method: Spread a slice of whole wheat bread with half the mixture of hummus and tapenade (optional).
Those in the comparison group were instructed to eat seven and a half slices of whole wheat bread without the added canola oil each day providing an equivalent number of calories and to avoid products made with white flour.
Canadian scientists set out to evaluate the ability of electronic nose technology, which mimics human olfaction, to discriminate between refined and whole wheat bread made with white or red wheat bran, based on their headspace volatiles.
Students have also complained that the brown wheat bread is nasty, the skim milk is gross, and the nonfat strawberry and chocolate-flavored drinks are disgusting.
The key driving forces behind CPI growth remained almost the same (in order of importance): vodka (+0.6% WoW), potatoes (+0.7% WoW), gasoline (+0.1% WoW), and wheat bread (+0.4% WoW).
If you're watching every milligram, and if you live near a Trader Joe's, the company's Sodium Free Whole Wheat Bread is a real find.
The rats fed the Kamut wheat breads for 6 weeks showed lower oxidative status compared to the rats fed whole grain bread meaning the Kamut breads had more antioxidants than modern wheat bread.