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A Cardiologist Shares The Recipe For The Only Bread Which You Can Eat As Much As You Like

Comments (31)
  1. Kim says:

    Can coconut flour be used ?

    1. Sue says:

      Coconut flour requires modifying the recipe a lot. Coconut flour really soaks up liquid, so you have to use a lot more in recipes with it. You’d have to experiment to get it right if you choose to use that.

  2. Astana Loy says:

    What is the carb count for a slice of this bread?

    Thank you.

  3. Yvonne says:

    In the preamble leading up to the list of ingredients. it is stated that this bread is made of coconut oil, coconut flour, egg whites, sweet potato flour etc etc but none of these appear in the actual recipe. So, I am left wondering …………? I must say though it sounds pretty good and very simple too. Thank you.

  4. Rain says:

    That photo is not bread using your recipe. That is a yeast-risen whole wheat bread. Why not just show the real thing? At least then we won’t think we messed up the recipe when it doesn’t come out like your picture. Those are not flax seeds on the photo on top of the bread, those are sunflower seeds. We’re not stupid you know. You only make yourself look ignorant by trying to fool us with a photo of yeast bread.

  5. Holly says:

    The article states coconut oil and flour are ingredients but when looking at recipe, they are not listed

  6. Debra says:

    I would love to know the carb count per slice.

  7. Vickie says:

    How many carbs in this bread

  8. Ann says:

    A cardiologist recommending that you can eat unlimited amounts of a bread made with corn starch? Give me a break. Corn is horrible. High in Omega 6, the inflammatory fat that is thought to greatly increase the risk of heart disease. And 1/2 cup of cornstarch is totally going to add a lot of carbs to the bread. There are recipes out there with way less of these issues.

  9. samina says:

    Where’s the hazelnut flour, sweet potato flour, almonds and egg whites? Is there another recipe?

  10. Gretchen Bloom says:

    Is 175 degrees correct? I made this bread and it did NOT bake at 175!

  11. Karen, BC says:

    Whole flax seeds are not good for the colon! Replace with sesame seeds or, even better, hemp hearts.

  12. Where is the coconut flour and coconut oil in this recipe and the sweetpotatoes

  13. Shirley says:

    Is 175 degrees really the correct baking temperature

  14. jana says:

    it seems, that what you’ve mentioned, is not reflected in the recipe…..?

  15. Jackie says:

    Bake at 175 degrees? Is that right?

  16. lisa says:

    is this farenheit?

  17. Linda says:

    I guarantee you; that picture is NOT a picture of this recipe!!

  18. Marcie says:

    Are you sure the temperature is 175.? I haven’t made it yet but that sounds a bit to low.

    1. Amy F. says:

      To everyone that asked, the 175° temp is Celsius, not Fahrenheit. The equivalent would be approximately 350° F (347°F, to be exact). Whenever the temp seems too low to be normal, it’s probably in Celsius. Just calculate accordingling and it should translate more normally for those of us in the US.

  19. Ok! The bread turned out better than anything I have made in a long time. But…baking this at 175 was interesting. It would have had to be in the oven for an hour before it would be done. I slowly raised the heat and ended at 350. I’d like some feed back on this.

    1. Carol says:

      Mary, I just made this today, I agree with you I started at 175 but finished at 350. I’m noticing that no one is answering any of the comments so since you made it like me, I thought I’d ask you a question.
      The bread came out great, no eggy low carb taste but….it was super salty. I followed the recipe and put in 1 tablespoon, did you put that amount? Was it salty to you?
      Thanks,
      Carol

  20. Stefanie Jones says:

    Did we notice that the article says:

    “The main ingredients include coconut oil, coconut flour, egg whites, sweet potato flour, hazelnut flour, almonds, and a few others.”

    but that’s not the case AT ALL in the recipe!!!!

    Kinda curious what the recipe is actually supposed to be…

  21. Nancy Harrison says:

    In your comments you included Coconut Flour and Coconut Oil which isn’t in the recipe. A little confused.

  22. Nancy Harrison says:

    Is the 175 deg oven correct?

  23. Sharon says:

    How many grams of carbs?

  24. Ellen says:

    Is that a miss print for the temperature to bake this bread

    1. Cindy says:

      The temp HAS to be in Celsius not Fahrenheit. 175° Celsius is 350° Fahrenheit.

  25. Jim says:

    Just 175 degrees? C I hope, not F??

  26. Dawn says:

    Please enlarge and darken type so that those of us without great eye sight can more easily read the posts. Thank you.

  27. Dorothy says:

    What is the nutrition facts please

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