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I'm currently in the process of going vegan, so I've been looking at the ingredients of a lot of the things I usually eat. My bread of choice is the 'Pepperidge Farm Light Style Whole Wheat', which is only 45 calories per slice, but I noticed that under the 'less than 2% contained' in the ingredients list, they list both honey and nonfat milk.<br><br>
Does anyone know of any low-calories breads suitable for vegans that I can find at a local supermarket, such as an A&P, Acme, etc.? Thank you.
 

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I eat Ezikiel, but it si 80 calories per slice. I always check out ingredients, but get very frustrated. Is 2% really that bad? I guess it is, but it is so small compared to eating a burger or drinking milk. I have been trying to eat vegan, but probably not successful when going to restaurants. It is so hard to find out what is in your food.
 
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