Flax Seed Bread
Those little brown seeds called flax might give flax-seed bread outstanding health benefits, but their nutty flavor is a baker's love. These recipes will broaden your dough horizons from traditional flax-seed bread loaves to chewy quick breads and yeast doughs.See Popular Flax Seed Bread Recipes
Flaxseeds contain both soluble and insoluble fiber, making these diabetic bread sticks a good and healthy side for soups and salads.
The abundance of seeds in this hearty bread creates a wonderful crunch.
The combination of rye flour and flaxseeds makes these crispy breadsticks very heart-friendly. Serve them with soups, salads or roast.
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