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BRENNA84
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1/14/13 3:25 P

well I plan on doing it the cheatin way - bread machine. am thinking of spelt instead of rye though as I've tried spelt and REALLY like it.



NEBROOKS50
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1/13/13 4:51 P

Making your own is great too. I don't have an easy source for rye flower right now and I work all day so not much time to make my own like I used to. Good luck with that!



BRENNA84
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1/13/13 4:05 P

oh wow. that is nice for a specialty bread.

still weighing pros and cons between buying and making my own.

am considering a bread machine right now



NEBROOKS50
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1/12/13 3:09 P

My husband insists on eating rye bread. I buy Cobble Stone Mill New York Style Rye Bread with seeds. It is soft, good smelling and not a bad price at $2.48 a loaf.



BRENNA84
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1/12/13 2:04 P

maybe I'll just look for some other bread like in the frozen section in the health food store. i LUV ezekiel bread and one slice is enough for me.



FP4HLOSER
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1/11/13 2:13 P

I have made rye and pumpernickel breads in the past. Every recipe I have, even for the German type still contain wheat flour. My thought is to read the labels on any bread you buy and look for no or low sugar content and high fiber. I rarely eat any bread anymore but that is by personal choice. I do love bread---ANY bread and that has been the problem LOL! So I just avoid it now.



BRENNA84
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1/11/13 1:58 P

thank you so much



SUNSHINE6442
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1/11/13 7:46 A

From my personal experience wheat bread raises my gluce levels....test and you will see.
Dark rye bread is th best...rye is slower digesting.....keeps a person fuller ..longer. German rye is usually wheat free. Rye bread may be a better choice than wheat bread for persons with diabetes because coarse rye kernels have a particularly low GI.. the more dense the bread is best...fluffy..leave it on the shelf. Tap the bread if you hear a thud ..its more solid. The more fiber in the bread..the more work the body has to do to break down and access the starches. Not sure where I read this

Pumpernickel & rye bread with coarse rye kernels has a particularly low GI's...seems you may be able to reverse your PCOS trough a low Gi or the Insulin Resistance diet ...forget where I read that...but since I stopped all wheat bread I have no sugar spikes...that was 1 1/2 years ago...down 94lbs...and I only eat bread 2X per week...in PCOS insulin cause the ov aries to produce tertosterone...insulin causes weight gain.

I am sure you can find a wheat free rye bread online or try a German bakery



BRENNA84
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1/11/13 3:08 A

I have heard that rye bread is healthy for ppl with diabets and pcos

well how do i know that its a good rye bread, and not like the crack version of rye bread?

I would love to know. thanx.



 
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