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Everything You Wanted to Know About Bread

 Is bread healthy? How do you prepare the perfect bread for your dietary preferences? We see these and similar questions all the time, and so we decided to compile all the essential articles about bread, as well as a few easy and varied bread recipes into one collection, all for your convenience. We hope you will enjoy this comprehensive guide to all things bread-related.
Bread may not be the healthiest food out there, but that doesn’t mean it’s not good. In fact, this guilty pleasure is so delicious, alluring and just so convenient to eat that, let’s face it, all of us crave a slice or two from time to time. And while we have written many times how white bread is not the best choice we have hardly explained which types of bread are a more nutritious and healthier choice, which is exactly what we intend to do in this article.
If you've never tried pita bread, then you're missing out! Pita bread originates in the Middle East and is well known for its round shape that can be made into a pocket. In many Middle Eastern countries and cultures, pita bread is eaten with hummus, shawarma, falafel and a number of other regional delicacies. The bread can also be used to make a quick sandwich by placing your favorite condiments inside, instead of between two pieces of bread.
I didn't think it possible to prepare bread with no carbs, but this recipe proved me wrong. Known as cloud bread, this carb, and gluten-free bread is soft, airy and fluffy, and so delicious - it practically melts in your mouth. It is an ideal replacement for traditional homemade bread and is also high in protein.
Lately, I've been trying to avoid unhealthy white bread and hunting for healthy alternatives instead. I was utterly delighted when I saw these delicious, gorgeous, healthy and oh-so-easy to make vegetable flatbread recipes. With only three main ingredients, namely almond flour, nutritious eggs, and a vegetable of your choice, this veggie flatbread will make the yummiest and most spectacular sandwich you have ever prepared. 
Everyone needs a go-to recipe for a favorite loaf of fresh and tasty bread, and what could be better than some delicious banana bread? What makes the following recipe even better is that you don’t need a special mixer, or anything fancy. All you need are two bowls, a spoon, your ingredients, and a loaf pan to bake it all in.

How to Make Tasty Naan Bread

Naan bread, like most Indian food, is a worldwide favorite. Traditionally, it is cooked in a tandoor oven, but many of us don’t have access to one of those, so this is how you can make delicious naan bread at home to go alongside some delicious curry!
Bread is a basic product that exists in different forms, made of different types of flour and is an inseparable part of many people's diets. Some people bake their own bread and pastries while others buy them at the supermarket or bakery, but all bread poses the same problem; how do you keep it fresh and tasty for longer?​
Making homemade tortillas takes no time at all, and they taste so much better than the ones that you can buy in the store. Don’t believe us? Well, make these ones and you soon will. Once you have tried these, you’ll never buy tortillas ever again.
All bread lovers will agree that a perfect baguette, still warm from the oven with a thin crackling crust and a soft interior, is ideal for everything from a dollop of butter to the best bruschetta. This is how you can make some delicious French baguettes at home.
Sun-dried tomatoes and parmesan cheese are a winning pair in most Italian recipes, especially in pasta and baked goods. Which is why we decided to share with you this special and delicious bread recipe!
In the winter season, most of us like to huddle over a bowl of hot soup, one that comforts us about the inclement weather roaring outside. Such a dish can be significantly upgraded by adding a number of wonder cubes that raise it to new heights and bring out the richest flavors - croutons. Croutons can be added to different salads, hot soups or snacked on as they are. Instead of buying croutons at the store, however, you can easily and quickly make them at home!

Almond Flour Bread Recipe

Baking with almond flour is ridiculously simple, but you should be aware that it behaves completely different from wheat flour, as it lacks gluten, which gives bread its consistency and allows it to rise. By adding eggs and psyllium, you can compensate for this and give your almond flour bread structure, as well as making it fluffier.​ As mentioned, almond flour bread is not just a good alternative for people who are trying to reduce carb-intake, it’s also a great solution for people who are opting out of gluten. And the best thing is that it’s unprocessed, unrefined and easy to make. 
 
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