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    Looking for PB-friendly "bread" recipes for picky carbaholic mother

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    My mom has basically lived off of pasta, bread, pizza, tomatoes, and the occasional salad or beef stew for much of her life. I am concerned for her, as even though she is slim and relatively healthy, diabetes and breast cancer are very common in her family. After I gave her Mark's primer on grains to read, she's slowwwwly tried to change up her diet by adding eggs, more salads, and eating less grains, which is a HUGE step for her.

    One thing she has been asking me is to bake her a bread that is "healthy" so she can make sandwiches or pizza and dip it in her salad dressing and such. I know it would be best to ditch the bread entirely, but I think she needs a substitute to transition for a bit before she'll even consider that.

    Anyone have a tasty recipe for primal-friendly bread? Bonus points if the texture is similar to regular bread.

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    I suggested to my mom that she buy the sprouted Ezekial bread. There's another thread on the product somewhere here on the forum...
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuirkyPixy View Post
    My mom has basically lived off of pasta, bread, pizza, tomatoes, and the occasional salad or beef stew for much of her life. I am concerned for her, as even though she is slim and relatively healthy, diabetes and breast cancer are very common in her family. After I gave her Mark's primer on grains to read, she's slowwwwly tried to change up her diet by adding eggs, more salads, and eating less grains, which is a HUGE step for her.

    One thing she has been asking me is to bake her a bread that is "healthy" so she can make sandwiches or pizza and dip it in her salad dressing and such. I know it would be best to ditch the bread entirely, but I think she needs a substitute to transition for a bit before she'll even consider that.

    Anyone have a tasty recipe for primal-friendly bread? Bonus points if the texture is similar to regular bread.
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