Is whole grain bread still healthy if I eat it on the "best by" date?

Answer Absolutely. You have at least a week to eat it, it may get a little dry, but as long as there's no mold, it's fine.

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Is rye bread whole grain?

According to Science Daily, normal rye bread is whole grain. Most of the rye flour and bread sold in stores, however, is really a concoction of several different types of wheat flour and not whole ... Read More »

Does whole grain bread contain calcium?

Whole grain bread, depending on the type, may indeed have calcium in it. Mixed grain bread may have 27 mg of calcium; oatmeal bread may have 27 mg of calcium. Whole wheat bread may have 15 to 20 m... Read More »

How to Make Fluffy Whole-Grain Bread?

A fluffy whole-grain bread is a rare, but not impossible, loaf. A lighter texture can be difficult to achieve with wheat flour, as it contains less gluten than white flour. Gluten, a naturally occu... Read More »

What grain is pumpernickel bread made from?

Pumpernickel bread is made from rye flour. Sometimes it can contain a combination of rye and wheat flours, especially in American varieties. German pumpernickel is traditionally baked using pumpe... Read More »