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    Hi, I just wanted 2 say I luv this bread! I make it all the time, it's so quick & easy.

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    I just made this and thank you for the recipe. I didn't realize how much I missed bread. Mine did come out quite dry but I still ate the whole thing! I used fat free sour cream and may add more next time so that it comes out moister. Thanks again!

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    I made the microwave version then toasted the slices for a steak sandwich. Wow! Delish.

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    After 6 weeks of galettes I was looking for a new way of eating my oatbran and I have definately found it, this recipe is amazing, I'm going to let my friends know who are also doing Dukan. Thanks so much for this recipe
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    I have finally managed to buy Wheatbran! YAY! Thank you Holland and Barret! I am soooo making this tonight

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    Just had some dukan bread with quark and lean ham. Amazing! Thank u soooo much for posting this! This is the best thing ever! X

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    Just made this for the first time as I was craving something bread like. It was lovely!

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    Hi,
    I start Cruise tomorrow.
    I know my oatbran increases to 2 tbsp daily (is that for both PV and PP days?).
    BUT am I allowed wheatbran too?
    If so, what is the daily allowance please?
    It's bread I've missed most so hope I am allowed this recipe on Cruise.
    Thanks xx

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    Yes two tabsps oat bran every day. Wheat bran is a tolerated food, max 1 tablespoon per day and would be one of the two tolerated foods you can have daily. If your loss stalls these go so you are back to the main diet. Wheat bran improves the flavour and texture of the bread. You can get a good one from the DD shop. It's organic, the packet is big and it lasts a long time.

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    I made this yesterday but it went really hard and brittle after 3 mins in the microwave. It was nice to have the crunch but will try for 2.5mins next time.

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    Hey - I've just had the BEST breakfast in a long time .... Boiled eggs with soldiers! I made the bread, sliced it & toasted - it was lovely. Thank you for this bread recipe.

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    Just to let you know that if you leave the egg yolk out and just use the white the bread turns out exactly the same. I tried it today as i like to have the bread every morning but didn't want to eat 7 yolks a week

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    Great idea re omitting egg yolk - we all have a tendency to eat too many yolks!

    NB: wheatbran does "help" with transit. So if you're (ahem) NOT needing such help, I'd advise avoidance...
    (ie, if you're a bit loose, stay WELL away!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by louschu View Post
    Just to let you know that if you leave the egg yolk out and just use the white the bread turns out exactly the same. I tried it today as i like to have the bread every morning but didn't want to eat 7 yolks a week
    Great idea! I have at times been making it with half the eggs and adding more FromFrais to up the moisture, but this does give it an even denser texture...

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    Mine doesn't seem that dense, but I have upped the moisture a bit with thinner things as well as the quark, like ordinary (not Greek) yoghurt or a bit of milk, and I use about 1 1/4 teasps baking pdr. I also give it nearly 4mins in the microwave, which is a high heat one. At 3 mins I turn it upside down on a plate and zap for the last min with no casing. Depends what you're cooking it in, mine is a round takeaway dish with straight sides , ie not a pudding basin. It comes out about 3 or 4 cm high, quite open textured because of the extra baking pdr.

    When I've done it like this I always toast the two halves as much nicer. I feel I could substitute this for toast for always, really.

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