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No Salt, no Fat bread

cavebat@spectra.net (George and Joyce Allen)
Sun, 26 May 1996 14:57:09 -0400
Marie asks about a no salt added, low fat breat.

I have made some bread for friends as gifts, friends who have been on a no
salt, low fat diet.  I took my favorite yeast bread receipe and merely
omitted the salt and shortening.  It was pretty good.  It did not have as
much flavor as the regular receipe, and the texture was a bit different;
but, it was still pretty good.

My suggestion is to try omitting the salt and fat in your bread and see if
you like it.

I might add that upon occasion, I have omitted salt and fat by accident.  I
have served the bread to family and have received no complaints.  They just
thought it was a different receipe.


>From: "marie a. kelson" <makelson@postoffice.ptd.net>
>Subject: "Impossible Dream?"
>Date: Sat, 18 May 1996 14:59:39 -0400 (EDT)
>This may be an impossible request, but I am on a no salt added/low fat diet
>due to health reasons.  I LOVE bread of any kind.  Is there a recipe
>available that will meet my needs.  I would appreciate any help in this
>area.  Thanks Marie A. Kelson
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