What kind of bread should vegans eat?
I find that bread is one of the hardest things to buy properly on a plant based diet. Finding milk and eggs in the ingredient list is easy enough, but determining if the bread uses processed carbohydrates is harder. Just because the package says '100% whole grain' doesn't mean it's good for you. So, what sort of bread should I be looking for?
Try Ezekiel breads. They are sold frozen at my grocery store. They are made with sprouted grains.
Multigrain bread composed of different cereals and pulses or lentils and certain seeds are considered wholesome good food.
It is available at the supermarkets. There are certain very good and reliable brands which use whole wheat, oats, soya flour, seasame seeds, flax seeds and other ingredients to give wholesome nutrition.
If a product says only "whole grain" then it may have refined flours, if it says "100% whole grain" it is not a refined flour product. Of course, many breads, even "100% whole grain" may have a lot of added sugars, etc. Most bread is not healthy in all honesty. If you are not completely 100% vegan, you could try Ezekiel bread. You find it in the frozen foods section of health food stores. It is made with only sprouted, living grains and it tastes absolutely amazing. I do believe it uses eggs though as most baked goods do.
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