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We love whole grains! We have found that we prefer their flavor. They are also far healthier than the refined foods which characterize the typical modern diet.

Switching to whole grains helps maintain a low glycemic diet. That means you will have more sustainable energy levels throughout the day, and probably fewer problems with weight control.

We created this website with one goal: to build an online community of like-minded people who either share our enthusiasm about whole grains or just want to learn more about them.

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I made a few substitutions: -Extra virgin coconut oil instead of butter -Pure grade B maple syrup for both honey and brown sugar - Spelt flour instead of whole wheat flour Turned out very moist and delicious! ...
Often whole wheat flour in a recipe means a "drier" product. Not so with this bread. It was scrumptious! I actually included flax/oat bran and wheat germ and still ended up with a very moist bread. It ...
Have you ever tried baking this (or other) quick breads with gluten-free flours? I am trying to get away from so much wheat products. ...
I loved this recipe so much that I have blogged about it here: http://booksnakereviews.blogspot.com/2010/06/savouring-sunday-whole-wheat-banana.html ...
Just wanted to check if this recipe would also work with brown whole grain wheat flour or even whole grain spelt? i'm finding it very hard to get white whole grain flour where i live, in the UAE Ta, N ...
This recipe was delicious. I used king arthur 100% organic wheat flour and did not use the chocolate chips. Made them in a muffin pan. Delicious!! Great recipe! ...
I know I'm a few years late on the comment here, but I was wondering if I could substitute whole wheat flour for the white whole wheat flour? ...
This bread was delicious! All I had was regular wheat flour and I omitted the nuts so my 21-month-old could enjoy it with me. I'm thinking of trying to bake it in cake pans and top with cream cheese frosting ...
Absolutely wonderful banana bread! I love the texture that the whole wheat flour gives to the bread. I will definitely make this again and again. ...
Can I use regular whole wheat flour instead of the white? Its kinda hard to find white whole wheat in Jamaica, West Indies. ...
Hi Gabby. White whole wheat (whole grain) flour is milled from hard white wheat. It has a higher gluten content than flour milled from soft white wheat. We prefer it for cookies and breads. Our experience ...
We have a stone grinder and make our own flour from our own grains. I am wondering what white whole grain flour is. is this referring to soft white wheat flour, also known as cake/pastry flour? ...
I made this banana bread and loved it. It's moist and delicious. My hubby finally liked a whole wheat banana bread. This recipe is a keeper. ...
Yummy! Thank you for sharing. I made it with regular whole wheat flour (KA - organic) because I don't keep white wheat on hand. It was still wonderful. Thank you! ...
Do you think this recipe would still work by substituting canned pumpkin instead of bananas? I would love to try a whole wheat pumpkin bread recipe as good as this one. ...
Nice recipe! I don't normally like banana breads but I am coming around. It's cool that you use 100% whole wheat flour in it too. The picture made me think that you added strawberries in the bread, but ...
This sounds wonderful. I have really been needing to incorporate more whole wheat into my diet, so I'm glad I've found your website! ...
Hi Elle! I'm glad the white whole wheat flour is working for you. I know you will enjoy this bread. Be prepared to make a second loaf as the first will vanish before you know it. ...
I bought white whole wheat flour on your recommendation and have so far used it for cookies with great results. I think this'll be next. ...
Indeed, wheat berries are unbelievably delicious and so healthy! I added a quarter of a cucumber for freshness. Thanks for the recipe. Ps. I also posted it on my blog (www.vanillipipar.blogspot.com) where ...
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