Advertisement -- Learn more about ads on this site.


    JJSSPARK   46,959
SparkPoints
40,000-49,999 SparkPoints
 
 

Goo bread


Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Is there really a difference?

I ran out of my normal whole wheat, no sugar bread (you know, the kind with seeds and screaming healthy). It happened yesterday. Normally I’ll bring some in and have peanut butter toast for breakfast, delicious! Well, this morning, I realized I had none left. So, my DH doesn’t like my bread, and buys white bread (whatever is on sale) for his sandwiches. I’m not going to argue the unhealthy point with him…it is what it is. Well, it’s been a long time since I’ve had white bread, now accustomed to picking seeds out of my teeth while eating my morning toast. But, I thought to myself, the white bread can’t be THAT much different, right. I don’t remember really, but it CAN’T be.

Ok, this blog is a reminder for me for the future…YES IT IS!! Oh, I went to eat my peanut butter toast on white bread and felt like I had eaten goo…it was not good at all! And since it was what I had brought for breakfast, it was all or nothing…well, Fear Factor has nothing on me now…I stomached some goo bread this morning. I can’t believe how much my taste buds have changed (and how gooey nasty white bread is – WHERE ARE MY SEEDS??)!

Well, I guess I’m hitting the store on my way home today…no more goo bread for me, thank you!
SHARE

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
JUSTJUSTY 2/1/2012 3:55PM

    emoticon emoticon

emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
JJSSPARK 2/1/2012 8:29AM

    Hhhhmmm..may have to look into the bread making thing...thanks for the idea!!

Report Inappropriate Comment
JCDROLSHAGEN 1/31/2012 6:07PM

    My husband does the same thing. I just make sure to go with him or go myself. That way I don't have to look or eat the unhealthy stuff he buys. If you like to cook and have the time the bread making thing is a good idea too.

Report Inappropriate Comment
MICROGIRLIE 1/31/2012 3:33PM

    Have you thought about making your own bread? It isn't that difficult, and you can make exactly how you like it, seeds, wholemeal, rye, whatever!
I haven't bought bread for 3 years as make my own (sourdough). No sugar, no preservatives, only flour, salt, water + whatever seeds or grains you want to add (+ yeast if you dont use SD). Have a look at the ingredient list on your favorite loaf, and I bet it's got more stuff in it than the above!?

Report Inappropriate Comment

Add Your Comment to the Blog Post


Log in to post a comment.
 


Other Entries by JJSSPARK