Definitely have to try this recipe. I'm an O blood type, my body loves bread. Unfortunately, the doctor disagrees. Whole grain bread off the shelf is expensive, costs lots more then regular bread. Moreover, you cannot know what is in it, regardless of the label. There are many ways to "hide" sugar in processed food. If you're lucky the labels will simply say "sugar". But often is says fructose, dextrose, corn syrup, or some other exotic term.
To compound things, the printed ingredients on the package are so small, those of us that are at that age where we don't see as well anymore are not be able to read it.
This recipe does have honey in it which I'm sure you could leave out if you wish. Either way, using this recipe, you'll know there are no hidden ingredients and no preservatives.
However, one word of caution. You may want to use Extra Virgin Olive Oil instead of Canola Oil. There's some bad press about Canola oil and it's affect on the body, especially those with type 2 diabetes. Canola Oil is a mostly a "genetically modified" product. See this article for more details.
Your comments are welcomed, especially if you try the recipe. I'd love to hear from you.
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