Low carb breads?
As you should all know by now it's the carbs that make you fat and unhealthy, not fats. Also, all successful diets(diets as in eating, not "diet" diets) are low carb based.
Now with that government thuggery out of the way, I was wondering if you could make this happen with a machine bread.
By low carb I mean bread of 500g size which has up to 120g of carbs, up to 100g would be ideal.
Has anyone experimented with this?
As far as I can tell from the recipes, only soy flour would have such a low amount of carbs but there is always a warning with such flours in the bread machine manuals-
Products milled from other grains are
occasionally used in bread. i.e. corn meal, rice, millet,
soy, oat, buckwheat and barley flours. These do not
contain protein that form sufficient gluten and
therefore they should not be substituted for bread
flour in the recipes. For gluten free bread making
see page 6. Do not add more than the stated amount
in the following recipes, otherwise a good result will
not be achieved.