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    want a low calorie wholewheat bread @50 or less cal perslice

    larry #2
    Fri Jun 25, 2010 1:36 pm Groupie
    that's readily available,any brands,need recommendation
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    Shirl (J) 831
    Fri Jun 25, 2010 2:10 pm
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    have you tried weight watchers?
    Tue Jun 29, 2010 8:47 am
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    There is one that is a Sara Lee I think. I think it states it clearly on the wrapper and you will see it is a different style loaf than the other Sara Lees. I'm sorry that I can't think of the exact name of it. Next [annoying as it is at least for me], start reading the labels. There are a couple others out there for me but they are regional or store related not national.

    It seems to me that the other option is to make your own.

    About the make your own: You can cut out a lot of the ahem "stuff" that raises the calorie count in bread. I have three bread makers one of which is a double loaf one. We use the double loaf one a lot. I got the hint from someone who use to be on the site. One of the loaves he created is one we use all the time and a good example.

    Cardamom Buttermilk Bread which can be used as Sandwiches.

    btw you might also find some of the other stuff on that forum useful. We did.
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