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Yep, bread can be healthy.
This U.S. article got it so, so wrong.
Think French toast, mac and cheese and more.
My gym trainer recently told me that he avoids bread because it is processed. But bread (especially the wholegrain variety) is a wonderfully nutritious food -- in fact it’s one of my pantry staples. So what’s the problem with processed foods? And why are they perceived as bad or less healthy?
Plus, tips on how to find whole grain products.
A toast to the best thing since sliced bread.
Hot Bread Kitchen
All bread should come with a surprise inside.
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