Bread comes in so many different types, from bagels, ciabatta, tortillas, potato, garlic, you name it you will find one out there.
Bread is a low-fat staple food for many people and a good source of carbohydrates.
They are made with different flours including white, wholemeal or wholegrain.
Whole grains are grain foods in which all parts of the train are intact and retained during any processing.
According to wikipedia ‘ Bread is a staple food prepared by cooking a dough of flour and water and often additional ingredients’.
The Real Bread Campaign has absolutely everything you need to know about bread and more. The Real Bread Campaign are fighting for better bread in Britain. The national network brings together everyone who care about the state of bread in Britain.
It has an online guide dedicated to helping you discover places to buy ‘Real Bread‘ and bread making courses and lessons on loaf.
For me, ‘real bread‘ taste very different from processed breads and loaves and something I can never say ‘no’ to if it’s a freshly made one in a Restaurant.
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It even has a chapter on how you can eat certain chocolates even if you are on a diet. As a true chocoholic myself I had to include this.
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Tisanes Tearooms, Cotswold House, 21 The Green, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AA Tel No 01386 853296
Tisanes Tearooms is a traditional English tea shop and coffee house in a pretty 17th century building. It’s situated on the high street at the lower end of Broadway. It also has an online tea shop where you can also buy an afternoon tea voucher.
It has a number of awards including 2010 winner of the prestigious Tea Guild’s Excellence Winner and a Five Star Hygiene rating by Whycharm District Council.
Apart from some traditional favourites like a Victoria Sponge, Banana Cake and Tea Loaf, they also have all the sandwiches available on gluten free bread and a number of cakes also gluten free.
There are also preserves available by Elizabethan England which produces a range of products based on genuine 16th Century still room recipes from marmalade to mustards and curds to chutneys.
‘Better to be deprived of food for three days than tea for one’…
They say that about one in five people now regularly buy foods labelled ‘gluten free’., but did you know that unless you are someone who actually suffers from gluten allergies then it may even harm your health to eat those types of products.
Experts say you may develop iron and B vitamin deficiencies and also increase your calorie intake by choosing gluten free products.
Get your GP to send you for an allergy test first before you put them into your diet. Article found in Good Housekeeping Magazine.