Bread is one of the oldest foods in human history and offers a delicious source of complex carbohydrates, dietary fibre, vitamins, minerals and protein.
While whole grain bread has day-to-day benefits, including improving satiety and gut health, the long-term benefits are even greater. Eating just three servings of whole grains a day, including whole grain bread, can reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease and certain types of cancers.
Unfortunately, most Aussies don’t eat enough whole grains. So, to help you get your bread in and celebrate International Bread Day (one of our favourite days!), we’re rounding up six delicious ways to have your bread and eat it, too.
Elevate your lunch with this vibrant green goddess sandwich, packed full of fresh ingredients and delicious roast chicken. Ingredients Method
This banana bread is a twist on a classic; with 2 cups of wholemeal flour, and some hidden veggies, this recipe is better for you and your family. Perfect for …
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Have bread lying around? Enter: Panzanella salad. Panzanella is a classic dish that combines day-old bread with tomatoes, cucumbers and red onions to create a refreshing and delicious summer salad. …
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If you’re looking for a delicious vegetarian recipe that’s perfect for cooler days, this pie ticks all the boxes. The secret ingredient? Crispy bread! Prep 10 minsCooking 35 minsServes 4Difficulty …
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