Flours Compared for Nutrition
I was browsing "The Rye Baker" looking for high rye % breads to try (I like to get a lot of fiber for health reasons). I started to wonder about the fiber content in whole rye vs medium vs whole wheat vs white flour. A web search turned up https://www.nutritionvalue.org/comparefoods.php which has a lot of detailed information and a great comparison feature. In short, for 100g of flour here are the fiber contents:
White enriched bread flour - 2.4g
Whole wheat flour - 11g
Medium rye flour - 12 g
Whole rye flour - 24g
Full nutrition details at Nutritionvalue.org download
Based on this, Hamelman's 70% rye with a rye soaker and whole wheat has about 80% of the fiber in the 80% sourdough rye with a rye soaker, which is pretty good. If the rye/whole wheat tasted better I would be happy with a little less fiber.
Any suggestions for formulas high in whole rye?