all i can add isthat i bake my own high fibre bread
i use 50 percent of the amount of flour called for in a bread recipe, then divide the other 50 percent into 3 portions between oats, grounded flax seed, cornmeal. i use sourdough yeast and then add some sesame seeds to the top of the bread when it is almost ready to come out of the oven.
We have used Ezekiel Bread for five or more years. It is great for most uses; I even make crumbs from it to use in meatloaf and meatballs. We use it for toast all the time. For some sandwiches I do use a whole wheat bread because it is softer.
Zone Bread from Zone Labs. It comes in 3 varieties, White, Multigrain and Cinnamon Swirl. Everyone at my house loves it. It's low carb, hearty, and tastes great, toasts nicely too. Each serving (2 slices) contains 14 grams of high quality protein plus balanced amounts of carbohydrate and heart healthy fat.
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5 5/31/11 10:17 P
Shop Right makes a "light whole wheat" bread that is 70 cal for 2 slices. its very thing but does the trick in place of a hot dog or hamburger bun. also good for a sandwich.
I like Milton's Plus at Trader Joe's. 90 calories and 5 grams fiber per slice, and it tastes good.
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18 5/30/11 2:58 P
My vote is for Ezekiel bread also! It's in the frozen food section of our regular grocery store (ShopRite). A somewhat local health food store also carries different types of it and I really like the low-sodium kind.
Ezekiel 4:9 is my favorite whole bread. You can typically find it in a Signature Kroger, an HEB Central Market, at Whole Foods or in any other larger-chain grocery store. Most places keep it in a cold food area rather than with the regular breads.
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1,183 5/29/11 6:55 A
Most major brands such as Arnolds or Pepperidge Farms makes whole grain bread. Just look at the ingredients to make sure it has whole grains listed. I like ezekiel bread which is sprouted wheat and is kept in the frozen department.
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11 5/28/11 3:40 P
I am looking for a high fibre option that is 100 cal a slice or less, but not those tiny loaves. I want a regular size sandwich bread. Thanks!
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