A simple and wonderful healthy choice: Quick Wholemeal Bread

Really good recipe and as simple as good bread should be.

When Judit bakes...bread and better..

Bread is made out of flour that comes from grain kernels — usually wheat. A grain kernel has three parts: the bran, the endosperm, and the germ (so-called because it’s the part of the kernel that germinates into a new plant). Whole grains contain all parts of the grain kernel. But refined grains, like the flour used to make white bread, have had the fiber-dense bran and the nutrient-rich germ processed out, leaving only the starchy endosperm. This means that refined grain is not as rich in essential fatty acids, vitamin E, magnesium, and zinc. Bread is generally good for the human body. It contains starch for energy, protein and a lot of minor nutrients. Wholemeal bread contains more of the minor nutrients than white bread and it also contains more roughage. The artisan loaves made by master bakers are generally better than the wrapped factory made variety. With its short…

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