In my few short years of working as home baker, one of the most frequently requested item has been gluten free bread. I run a bakery that specialises in additive free bread and so most people automatically assume that I would be able to provide them with healthy gluten free products. I find it most … Continue reading Gluten & It’s Intolerance
Sliced bread was first introduced into the market in 1928. The bread slicing machine, created by Frederick Rohwedder in Missouri, was touted the greatest step forward in the baking industry since bread was wrapped. Although received with a lot of skepticism at first, sliced bread soon became so popular that it’s ban during World War … Continue reading The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread!
Whole foods refer to those foods that are closest to their natural form. Anything that has not been processed or minimally processed like in the case of pasteurized milk, would come under the bracket of whole foods. Whole foods are good for us because they contain good fats, fibres and a wide range of phytochemicals … Continue reading Whole Foods, Whole Grains and Bread