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Cooks can substitute regular all-purpose flour or graham flour for wholemeal flour. Wholemeal flour is the British term for whole wheat, so these terms can be used interchangeably. More »

Wholemeal bread is made from 100 percent wheat grain, while brown bread is made from mixing 85 percent wheat grain with white flour. Brown breads are also made by dyeing white bread with caramel coloring. More »

Brown bread is actually no more or less healthy than white bread, as both breads have different nutritional values that are equally beneficial — while brown bread contains wholemeal, white bread is low in fat and contain... More »

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