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White Pita Bread Fiber Content???

Charlie Tokyo Aug 11, 2011 05:53 PM

Is that possible? According to the Nutrition Facts on New Jasmine Bakery's white pita bread, each piece has 5g of fiber. I mean an apple only has 3-5 grams of fiber.

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  1. MGZ RE: Charlie Tokyo Aug 12, 2011 03:21 AM

    There are certainly different white flours with different amounts of fiber in them. King Arthur, for example, makes a White Whole Wheat Flour that has a significant amount of fiber and could easily be used to produce a pita bread. See, http://www.kingarthurflour.com/flour/... Additional fiber may also come from other ingredients in the product.

    Of much greater importance, how does it taste?

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    1. re: MGZ
      magiesmom RE: MGZ Aug 12, 2011 05:29 AM

      but it would say whole wheat flour on the ingredients list.

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        MGZ RE: magiesmom Aug 12, 2011 07:00 AM

        Maybe, but the point is there are white flours that have more fiber than others. Most unbleached flours do, as do others that are similarly less processed. BTW - What does the ingredient list say?

      2. re: MGZ
        Charlie Tokyo RE: MGZ Aug 12, 2011 06:17 AM

        It taste great. New Jasime Bakery is the best. That is saying a lot with all the bakeries in Dearborn, MI.

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          MGZ RE: Charlie Tokyo Aug 12, 2011 07:00 AM

          Local only?

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            Charlie Tokyo RE: MGZ Aug 13, 2011 08:59 AM

            I'm not sure if they export to other states, but they do have a website where they sell products. The ingredients read as follows:
            flour and whwat flour
            niacin benozoperoxide
            thiamine monostrate
            ascorbic acid
            alpha amylase
            riboflavin folur acid

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              Ruth Lafler RE: Charlie Tokyo Aug 13, 2011 09:15 AM

              I think this list is missing some parentheses. The ingredients before "water" are the ingredients in enriched whole wheat flour. I'm guessing it should say: flour (wholewheat flour, niacin benozoperoxide, iron, thiamine monostrate, ascorbic acid, alpha amylase, riboflavin, folic acid), water sugar, yeast salt.

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