The original O&G creation! Organic whole meal, wheat flour, chia seeds, pure distilled water, Himalayan salt, natural yeast and our signature Organic Hippocrates Extra Virgin Olive Oil make this our star product!
O&G Wholemeal Olive Bread:
Organic Wholemeal Flour
Organic Wheat flour
Organic O&G Hippocates Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
Pure Distilled Water
NO chemical, baking powder, soda, improver, preservatives, bleach, eggs OR sugar added. NO undesirable trans fats, butter or margarine.
This bread is SUGAR FREE. It is high in fiber and protein; tasty and nutritious.
Our Organic flours are from Canada, which uses an innovative infrared energy process, to improve the flour quality for our Breads.
Infrared Energy Difference:
Convenience: quick cooking.
Gelatinization: Starch within the endosperm gelatinizes and becomes soft.
High Water Absorption: Absorb more water, more quickly.
High Water Retention: Reduce moisture loss, helping products last longer.
Shelf Stability: Stability increases.
Flavor and Texture: Undesirable flavors and textures are eliminated... improving the products sensory characteristics.
Direction: Store in freezer preserve freshness. When Frozen: Steaming for two minutes will bring out the best softness, texture and taste of the bread. It can also be lightly Toasted for crispy skin or thaw 30 minutes before consumption.
Health Tip: Understanding Trans Fats
(Health Day News) -- Trans fats, also called hydrogenated fats, are man-made compounds, that are made from processed liquid oils, common in margarine and shortening (butter). These harmful fats will raise bad cholesterol, and could lower a person's good cholesterol levels.
Because these fats are so thick and stiff, they can also clog up arteries and blood vessels, which can lead to heart attack or stroke, says the University of Maryland Medical Center.
Trans fats are commonly found in processed foods such as potato chips, cookies, doughnuts, cakes and many fast foods. You can avoid trans fats by choosing natural, healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, lean meats, and whole grain breads and cereals. Check ingredient labels for hydrogenated fats, and try to avoid those foods.