Another Calorie Counting Question
There are no good bread bakeries where I live, and I'm starting to crave bread on a regular basis. I've had some success with baking my own bread in the past, and I think I'm going to make some fiberific, multigrain bread rolls to have with my lunches.
Does anyone have a sense of how I should count the calories on yeasted bread? Obviously for most recipes I just add everything up and divide by the number of servings, but I have the sense that since yeast changes the structure of flour so radically, it probably changes the nutritional content as well.
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