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Multigrain Bread

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Multigrain Bread

This can be deceiving. "Whole grain" and "whole wheat" are excellent options, but "multigrain" can be something quite different. "Whole wheat" and "whole grain" indicate that the entire kernel is used in the bread. "Multigrain" indicates that more than one grain was used, but in most cases, only part of the grain, thereby removing some of its nutrient content. (Check out What's Better: Whole Wheat or Whole Grain?)

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