Kidney Friendly Recipe: White Bread
This is a very easy, reduced sodium recipe to make, just dump the ingredients into the bread maker, and push the button. Makes delicious bread!
The original recipe came with the bread maker. My husband Bill modified it to use less salt and sugar. I don't know much about diabetes, but it seems to me that it should be helpful to diabetics as well.
But how does it taste?
It is delicious, but with no preservatives (phosphates), it will go stale quickly. I am now 9 months post transplant, and still making and eating this bread. It just tastes so much better than anything store bought. And I don't over do the sodium intake. I need to take care of my new bean [icon name=”smile-o” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]
I hope you enjoy this bread as much as I do!
Commercial vs Homemade White Bread