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Much of the bitter taste in whole wheat products is a result of the hard red wheat used. In the last few years more companies like Bob's Red Mill, King Arthur Flours, and other have started distribut …
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These terms are not mutually exclusive. A given loaf of bread could be both organic and fresh, organic and not fresh, fresh but not organic, or neither fresh nor organic. The term "fresh" also has … ). From the FDA definition, there can be no such item as "fresh" bread, but it might be reasonable to claim that an item is "freshly baked". Organic: Implies that a particular food has been produced with …
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