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Bread is not a high-calorie food. An average slice of bread contains 80 calories but the calories really start to add up when bread is topped with lots of butter, margarine, peanut butter or mayonnaise. If you want to control your weight, stick to jam, low fat spreads, cottage cheese, plain yoghurt or eat bread on its own.
You can slice it and grill it to make bruschetta, cut it up to make bread pudding, croutons, bread salad or stuffing. You can also make bread crumbs and use it as stuffing and thickeners in soups and dips.
Seal the pack with its unique G-lock device. After getting the slices you need, simply re-seal the pack with G-lock, this prevents air from drying out the bread.
Save the top end slice of the loaf. Use it to cover the rest of the loaf to retain softness and moistness.
Keep bread in a cool, dry, and dark place. Placing it under direct sunlight for a long period of time may cause the bread to moisten and lead to premature molding. Also, avoid storing bread near hot areas such as the top of refrigerators, gas stoves, etc.
Bread easily absorbs odors. Keep it away from items that emit strong odors such as onions, detergents and insecticides.
Make sure your hands are clean. Touching bread with unclean hands can cause premature molding.
You may store remaining bread in the refrigerator to prolong its set shelf life. Then reheat in toaster for 3 to 5 minutes.
People who regularly skip breakfast have increased tendencies for weight gain because they get hugry later on in the day and snack on high calorie foods. Eating a healthy high carbohydrate breakfast based on bread or cereals improves your energy levels and makes you less likely to crave for mid-morning snack or a chocolate bar.
Both whole wheat and white bread are made from wheat flour. Whole wheat bread includes the entire kernel-the bran, germ and endosperm while the white bread is milled from only the endosperm. Both whole wheat and white breads are high in complex carbohydrates and low in fat.