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Food and Nutrition

All you must know about bread

Neha Saroha
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All you must know about bread

That innocent looking slice of bread that you gorge on everyday for breakfast, might be doing you more harm than good. Why? Read this informative blog to know about your bread, plus, tips to buy the right kind of bread.


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Rachna A

| Aug 02, 2017

that was quite information. thanks

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Neema Bisht

| Aug 01, 2017

thanks Neha for ur article, it's really an eye opener article..

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Vijayakumar K

| Aug 01, 2017

very good information

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Rachna A

| Jul 29, 2017

thank you for the advice

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Luna Pradhan Sahoo

| Jul 29, 2017

Nice information. Thanks to Neha Saroha & Preeti Sheetal.

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Purnima Singh

| Jul 28, 2017

very informative and useful... thank you so much Mam...

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Mrinal Sinha

| Jul 28, 2017

Thanku so much Neha Saroha for raising such a topic... will eagerly wait for your upcoming blogs.

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pooja Parsewar

| Dec 13, 2016

useful info

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preeti shetty

| Dec 17, 2015

very informative. I totally agree on everything written here. given below is a very good recipe tht I use for making bread ay home : 2 cups finely ground wheat flour 1 tsp dry yeast salt as per taste 1 1/2 tsp sugar lukewarm water to knead dough 2 tbsp oil method: take yeast n sugar in a cup. add 1/4 cup lukewarm water. give it a light mix cover with lid n keep aside undisturbed for 15 minutes. after 15 minutes the yeast will get bubbly n double in volume. this means tht the yeast has activated correctly. now take the wheat flour n salt in a vessel n mix well. make a well in the center. add the yeast n mix well. add the oil n mix. then add lukewarm water slowly n knead into a very soft sticky dough. keep kneading the dough lightly for five minutes. add oil to ur hand if atta sticks. put this dough into a greased bread tin. cover with damp towel n keep in a warm place (I keep in my microwave or oven). also place a cup of hot water besides the tin. after an hour take out the damp towel else the dough might stick onto the towel when it rises fully. the dough will take couple of hours to rise. once it rises fully bake in pre heated oven at 250 degrees. for 30 mins put on the lower grill only. then put on upper grill only for another 2 to 3 minutes or until the top is light brown. unmould once cool n cut into desired size slices. add a little ghee on the outsides for better flavour. note - as this is pure wheat bread the texture will b a little dense as compared to what u get in the stores. if u want fluffier bread then u can use half maida n half wheat flour.

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kalyanivaddadi

| Dec 16, 2015

Very useful information

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shabina khan

| Dec 13, 2015

thankz neha ,i always use bread for breakfast as you said use to get and use but now i think i should go to our old traditional way of making breakfast as we can have roti,dosa,or idli.

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Taniya Basu Raina

| Dec 12, 2015

Thanks! I have always wondered about this! Request you to upload how to bake bread at home easily asap. Please try to include microwave recipe if possible, as the regular oven available here in Poland will not be there in India.

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Shruti Srivastava

| Dec 10, 2015

Very informative. Good amount of time spent for this article. Great work

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Manju yadav

| Dec 09, 2015

Thanks Neha for this useful insight into the mega bread world.

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parwathynair

| Dec 07, 2015

Thank you so much Neha for sharing such a very useful information for everybody...

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Sandhya D

| Dec 07, 2015

Hi Neha, That was a cool investigation. Appreciate ur efforts in it n thanks fr sharing the info with us. Willdefinetely check the bread n its ingre frm nxt tym on. thanks !

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Sathi bhowal kundu

| Dec 05, 2015

Thanks a lot... It is quite informative... Will notice next time onwards.. But do update how to prepare bread at home

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kherajanipritika

| Dec 05, 2015

That was a much needed information

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nutan Saijare

| Dec 04, 2015

Thanks for such useful information... It changed my view towards bread

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Shivani Mehta

| Dec 04, 2015

Yes. It's very true info. After knowing this I learnt how to make breads n I bake my breads at home only. N now I m teaching too.

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Kanika Satia

| Dec 04, 2015

V Useful information

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Shikha Batra

| Dec 04, 2015

Good job Neha! Thanks for sharing such useful information. Despite of having known the ill effects of refined flour and other ingredients , we end up ignoring it and finally adding a loaf of bread or two to our cart habitually. Keep writing!

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Pranjali Naigaonkar

| Dec 04, 2015

Good information on bread... we have to remember this tips when we buy bread...

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