- Salt content of in store baked bread, any ideas? blood pressure problems.
Commercial bread normally has a very high sat content, you can taste it if you’re used to eating home made bread.Posted 4 years agototalshellSubscriber
cough.. first burst ballon. store baked bread is a very loose description.. accuracy would dictate .. store defrosted and heated..
having been in at the sharp end of an every little helps experience some years ago the salt content is measured by the handful per bucket of dough..
cut out all salt that you add, cut out processed foods.. on the other hand.. borderline BP.. pah forget it live fast east sensibly and i predict a long and fruitful retirement..Posted 4 years ago
I went to the docs recently and he told me my blood pressure was borderline high, and i should cut down on salt (amongst other things). Lunch normally consisted of soup and 4 slices of bread, which has enough salt in it to stomach pump an elephant.Posted 4 years ago
I have recently discovered Lidl tiger bread which is baked instore, and is yummy but there is no advice on how much salt it contains. Anyone have any ideas?sweaman2Subscriber
cp + 1. I would think the soup is not helping either from a salt content perspective. I went through this a couple of years ago and was amazed at where salt appeared. Cereal was a prime offender; as was noodles.
I would suggest bread maker and home made soup as a starter.Posted 4 years agonealgloverMember
buy Paul Hollywoods new book, then you can make your own and its bloody wonderful, breadmakers are for tigra drivers.
He he, agreed 😀
250g plain wholemeal flour
250g plain white flour
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
Mix together, roll into a flattened ball, dust with a bit of wholemeal flour, bake for 35mins at 200 degrees.
Takes 45 mins total time. and 35 mins of that is sat with a cuppa waiting for it to bake.Posted 4 years ago
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