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|03-19-2007 05:25 PM|
Good tip rabid_child on the freezing tip. I actually buy my sprouted grain bread IN the freezer department of my store and that's where I store it until it's all gone! When I get ready to use, I just pop it in my toaster on the defrost setting.
I LOVE sprouted grain bread!
|03-19-2007 05:03 PM|
|03-19-2007 08:01 AM|
It has been said that the nutritional benefits of sprouted grain bread are many with the secret of the sprout being its astounding nutritional content. Sprouting of the grain significantly increases the protein, vitamin and enzyme content of the breads whilst complex starches in the grain are converted to natural sugars, providing an easily digested rich energy source. When people with wheat intolerances try sprouted grain bread they often find their digestive system accepts the sprouted grains without any problem.
Whatever bread you aren't going to use in a couple of days should be stored in the freezer. It goes rancid very quickly.
|03-19-2007 12:10 AM|
It's not raw unless it says it's raw. Most likely it's cooked.
I know sprouted grains have more nutrients than just grain, but I don't know the specifics. Sprouted breads usually have a lot of good fiber.
|03-18-2007 09:28 PM|
|03-18-2007 12:17 AM|
i just found my first sprouted grain bread and have a few questions......
Does no flour and sprouted mean its raw, like not cooked?
does it sound healthy......Sprouted organic wholegrains:wheat,barly,oats,rye.linseed,cornpolen ta,sunfloweroil,seasalt,yeast,vinigar?
What are the binifits of sprouting grains?