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    Julian's Bakery Coconut Bread primal?

    So I know about their paleo almond bread and not a big fan of the excessive amounts of nuts, omega 6, etc etc. So what about the coconut bread? I know a lot of you aren't into bread substitutes, but what if anything is wrong with the ingredients in their coconut bread? I only eat bread occasionally but would be nice to try this out (if it is good). Just curious if the anti almond flour bread people have really anything against coconut bread

    ingredients: Ingredients: Purified Water, Organic Coconut Flour, Egg Whites, Psyllium, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda.

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    question 1, yes it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    Why in the world do you need bread?
    I don't need it, sometimes I just want a slice and would rather not go the wheat route in that case

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    It's better than "regular" bread, but it's not remotely "primal." Doesn't mean you can't eat it, just means don't eat it under the guise that it's something it isn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    It's better than "regular" bread, but it's not remotely "primal." Doesn't mean you can't eat it, just means don't eat it under the guise that it's something it isn't.
    How is it not primal? The ingredients are primal and unlike almond bread you don't get the excessive amounts of omega 6....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent* View Post
    How is it not primal? The ingredients are primal and unlike almond bread you don't get the excessive amounts of omega 6....
    How is a baked bread product made of coconut, egg whites, and psyllium primal in any way? It may be sufficiently benign based on your personal standards, (I would be most concerned about the psyllium, personally. I also don't like to eat egg whites without the yolk, but let's not turn this into a debate about biotin either) but it isn't remotely primal.

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    And Mark addressed this very recently. Pays to actually read his blog entries:

    Is Psyllium Husk Primal or Paleo? | Mark's Daily Apple

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    Well no shit. Is a sweet potato going to be evaluated the same way on that front? Must not be primal then.

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