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Created on: 11/01/13 01:16 PM Views: 371 Replies: 5
Bread Choices?
Posted Friday, November 1, 2013 at 1:16 PM

Dr. Bernard recommends either rye or pumpernickel bread. The only bread I can find with these labels are made with refined flour. Can you suggest any brands?

RE: Bread Choices?
Posted Friday, November 1, 2013 at 1:24 PM

Hi there:

Try Mestermacher breads, rye, pumpernickel and a fitness bread.
They are whole kerneled and quite dense.

RE: Bread Choices?
Posted Friday, November 1, 2013 at 1:46 PM

I have trouble finding bread, also. I live in a small town and all of the bread in the grocery store has milk in some form. In the winter I often make my own but right now I am working 7 days a week and don't have time. I don't eat much bread but once in a while an almond butter sandwich sounds good to pack for lunch. Any ideas?

RE: Bread Choices?
Posted Friday, November 1, 2013 at 2:06 PM

I've tried that brand and really don't like their denseness. Any other brands? Or is it OK to eat the refined ones as long as they contain rye or pumpernickel?

RE: Bread Choices?
Posted Friday, November 1, 2013 at 3:11 PM

Not being a purist, I eat Ezekiel's sprouted grains bread. Still lost weight.

RE: Bread Choices?
Posted Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 4:43 PM

I made the Zucchini Bread & LOVED it.

I couldn't find apple juice concentrate so used fresh squeezed apple juice & I couldn't find sugar free applesauce so I stewed eating apples with the skin on (for the extra vit c in the skin). This made my mixture wetter than the recipe so it took an additional 20 minutes to cook.

It really is gorgeous & was very quick & easy to make, it's dense, full of flavour, very filling, has a lovely texture & has a lovely sweetness - I think I might (don't want to spoil it) reduce the maple syrup to an 1/8 of a cup next time?? It also lasts 7 days wrapped tightly & kept in the fridge - I just whip it out cut a slice or two & toast itSmile


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