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Portions: 24 Serving size: 1 bread cup
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how would i go about finding out the nutritional values of homemade bread w/o salt. I have a recipe I have used for years and would like to continue using it vs using store bought. Help please Moderator response: Send your recipe and I will analyze it for you. Let me know if you want to share it.
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