Why Sourdough Bread Is Kinda Good For You

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Isn’t sourdough the best.

It always feels so special. Like a treat that you know isn’t around all the time, so you have it everyday until it’s gone. The best way to have it? Plain, toasted with some butter.¬†

A while ago, I was reading something that said, because of the process to make sourdough, the bacteria sits for longer so they partially pre digest the gluten for you. Now, I have no beef with gluten. I don’t feel anything except for satisfied when I eat it…. but…. I feel really really bad for people with dietary sensitivities.

That’s why… everyone needs to know that sourdough is basically¬†gluten-free!

That’s not true. It’s not gluten-free, but it’s better for gluten-sensitive people.

So what else is good about sourdough bread? (source)

+ increases beneficial lactic acid (involved in many body mechanisms).

+ pre digests gluten & starches.

+ acetic acid is produced with lactic acid which stops the growth of mold.

+ better blood glucose regulation than normal bread.

+ it’s got the same good bacteria that’s in yogurt, kefir & sour cream.

Read more here, and if you want to try making some sourdough yourself, click here!

If you love sourdough, you’ll also love this rye bread.

Did you even read this far down, or are you already at the store buying a loaf of sourdough?

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