White bread is a type of bread made from wheat flour that has had the bran and germ removed, leaving only the endosperm. This gives the bread a lighter color and texture, as well as a longer shelf life. White bread is often enriched with vitamins and minerals to compensate for the loss of nutrients during the refining process. It is a popular choice for sandwiches, toast, and other bread-based dishes.
WHITE BREAD (700 Grams)
The typical ingredients for white bread include:
- Wheat flour
- Sugar (or other sweetener)
- Vegetable oil (or other shortening)
Some white breads may also include additional ingredients such as milk, eggs, or enzymes to improve texture and flavor. Some enriched with vitamin and minerals like iron, thiamin, folic acid and others. The specific ingredients may vary depending on the recipe and manufacturer.