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Fresh-Milled Flour Could Be The Key To Restoring Bread’s Smudged Reputation

May 21, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A nascent trend in the world of bread making could help restore bread’s tarnished reputation. One of the main criticisms of bread is that industrialization of flour production – and especially the need to make grocery store bread shelf-stable – removes not only the nutrients that make it “a most wonderful food,” but the flavor as well. News reports from around the U.S., however, say bakeries have begun to produce bread made from fresh-milled flour that is “as tasty as it is non-threatening to our bodies.”
Rebecca Fishbein, "Fresh-Milled Bread Movement Might Make America's Bread Great Again", Gothamist, May 21, 2016, © Gothamist LLC
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