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Taste Profile

It usually has a crumbly texture and is sweet to taste.

Usage Tips

  1. Breads can be eaten by itself.
  2. Breads can be dipped into liquids such as gravy, olive oil, or soup.
  3. It can also be topped with different sweet and savory spreads, or can be used to make sandwiches containing meats, cheeses, vegetables, and condiments.
  4. It lasts best when it is kept out of direct sunlight and is stored in a cool and dark place.


Bread is a staple food which is made of one or more grain flours that has been mixed with milk or water, made into a dough or batter, with or without yeast or other leavening agents, and is prepared usually by baking. There are many different varieties of bread, such as whole-grain, sweet breads, corn breads, leavened and unleavened breads, flatbreads, sourdough, sprouted grain breads ,soda bread and so on.

Health benefits

  • Bread is a source of dietery fiber, that helps to keep digestive system healthy.(1)
  • It also contains a wide range of vitamins and minerals including B group vitamins thiamine (B1), Niacin (B3) which are essential for releasing energy from food.(1)

Selection Guide

Bread should not have fungus and molds. Check for the manufacturing date and expiry date on the label to make sure it has not expired. Avoid burned crust in breads.


Bread contains gluten, that can cause adverse side effects in people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.(2)

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