wheat bread

noun

Definition of wheat bread 

: a bread made of a combination of white and whole wheat flours as distinguished from bread made entirely of white or whole wheat flour

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One cup of berries provides more vitamin C than an orange and more fiber than a slice of whole-wheat bread. Darlene Zimmerman, Detroit Free Press, "Make a salsa with strawberries instead of tomatoes," 2 June 2018 To make the bread crumbs: Rear one slice of white or wheat bread into pieces and process on low in a food processor into fine crumbs. Ann Maloney, NOLA.com, "Mac and cheese made with mayo and yogurt? Taste a tangy, creamy bite," 29 May 2018 One of most popular things is our avocado toast, which is served on sourdough wheat bread, our best-selling bread. David Sharos, Naperville Sun, "Chef's Choice: Bakery work can be strenuous, Le Pain Quotidien chef says," 16 May 2018 And so there's nothing wrong with a pasta meal (though whole grain is preferred) or even a sandwich on whole-wheat bread for lunch every day. Lisa Drayer, CNN, "How to break carb cravings, once and for all," 8 Mar. 2018 And so there's nothing wrong with a pasta meal (though whole grain is preferred) or even a sandwich on whole-wheat bread for lunch every day. Lisa Drayer, CNN, "How to break carb cravings, once and for all," 8 Mar. 2018 Note that most gluten-free breads contain refined ingredients like potato starch, potato flour, or white rich flour, with most brands providing about the same calories and carbs as white or whole-wheat bread, if not more. Molly Kimball, NOLA.com, "Build a better (for you) grilled cheese with gluten-free, vegan recipe, too," 10 Apr. 2018 And so there's nothing wrong with a pasta meal (though whole grain is preferred) or even a sandwich on whole-wheat bread for lunch every day. Lisa Drayer, CNN, "How to break carb cravings, once and for all," 8 Mar. 2018 The book teaches a generation how to make flavorful whole-wheat bread instead of bricks of dark dough. Jonathan Kauffman, San Francisco Chronicle, "How the Bay Area’s counterculture helped sprout hippie food," 19 Jan. 2018

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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