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A young baker told The Guardian reporter, "You won't find whole-wheat flour anywhere.
The whole-wheat pasta contained whole-wheat flour and whole eggs.
Many schools are serving more fresh fruits and vegetables along with healthier versions of the old favorites--pizza with low-fat cheese and whole-wheat crust, baked fries and chicken nuggets, and chocolate-chip cookies made with whole-wheat flour.
Seven out of 10 consumers mistakenly believe the wheat bread they are eating is 100 percent whole wheat when often it contains less than 20 percent whole-wheat flour and lacks whole-grain nutrition.
All the breads are made with white whole-wheat flour, have no trans fat and have a nutritional profile similar to that of traditional wheat.
Ounce-for-ounce, Ultragrain flour has the same amount of fiber, nutrients and phytonutrients as a traditional whole-wheat flour, because the bran and the germ of the wheat remain intact.
Even bread that is advertised as whole-wheat flour is often baked from bleached and processed flour that has had some of the bran added back in along with a little bit of caramel coloring to darken the loaf.
15) is made with only two ingredients: organic durum whole-wheat flour and milled flax seed.
Breads labeled "whole wheat" must by law meet a standard, which is that they be made only from whole-wheat flour.
Use whole-grain breads made with 100 percent whole-wheat flour.
Whole-wheat flour, canola and/or soybean oil, purified water, and sea salt are the only ingredients that Mother Nature's Goodies puts in its Whole Wheat Pie Shells.
Try combining it with whole-wheat flour to make bread, as an oatmeal substitute in any recipe or with dried fruit topping, yogurt or applesauce for a great nutritious breakfast.
1 1/2 cups whole bran 1 1/2 cups whole-wheat flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup low-fat milk 1/2 cup honey 1 egg 1/2 cup softened margarine 1/2 cup raisins
Bread can't be labeled "whole wheat" unless it is made from 100% whole-wheat flour, but crackers are not required to abide by this ruling.