I am from Australia. I havent been able to find wholewheat bread , is this just the same as wholemeal.
Is it true that multi/whole grain bread is just white bread with grains added to it. If it just says wheat does that usually mean white?
Would this mean wholemeal is better and less processed.
What are your thoughts on wholemeal Lebanese bread?
Ingredients of wholemeal bread I have : whoelmeal whet flour(contains Gluten(68%), water, yeast , salt , vegetable oil(canola), soy folour , malt , emulsifieer, PResevbative, vitamin.
it looks like your bread is 100% wholewheat. if it’s not, the ingredients will look more like this:
unbleached wheat flour, wholemeal wheat flour, water, yeast, salt, vegetable oil(canola), soy flour, malt, emulsifier, etc.
In an ideal world, you’d want to find (or bake) a bread that was made with 100% stoneground wholewheat flour. Stoneground is better because it’s ground less finely, making the particles bigger and lower the glycemic index of the bread. Also, sourdough starter is a great ingredient that lowers GI. And some bread is made without oil at all. But bread like this this can be very hard to find, and pricey if you eat a lot of it. So I’d say you’re doing okay