Have you ever gone by Subway? Have you whiffed the amazingly fresh and appetizing smell of their freshly baked bread? Most of us would have because Subway is one of the most popular restaurants, eatery and takeaway outlet chain in India.
Their bread is amazing and their topping more than being delicious is considered healthy with lots of options for veggies and non-veg. But the basis of a delicious subway starts with choosing the right bread.
Among plenty of choices, deciding the healthiest and tastiest option isn’t easy. That’s where we will try helping you. First, know all kinds bread available in India to decide the best.
Multi-Grain Honey Oat Bread
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Everyone loves this bread. Made from nutritious multi-grains rich in oats and has dark brown shade. The crust of this bread is baked with delicious grains and dipped in honey that adds sweetness and smoothness. One word – delicious!
Multi-Grain Wheat Bread
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It is a plain healthy bread that is simple in appearance but complex in taste with its inherent qualities.
Parmesan Oregano Bread
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A white bread that is sprinkled with parmesan cheese and oregano spice mix. But the thing you will notice about this bread is that though you will taste the mild tinge of oregano but the taste of parmesan is very very mild. There are about 210 calories in Parmesan Oregano Bread and most of which is present in form of carbohydrates.
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The name is exquisite but the taste and appearance is plain and simple.
Roasted Garlic Bread
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It is fairly healthy bread with lots of vitamins and minerals per calorie. For taste you can relish the delectable roast of Garlic. You will get about 230 calories in a 6 inch Roasted Garlic Bread that you can order at Subway. Most of these calories are present in form of carbohydrates.
Of course you’ll have your own choice according to your taste and preference. Identifying the best bread among the variety is difficult. The final verdict of deciding the best bread lies on you, the end consumer. To understand the true taste of all these breads you have to try all of them at least once.
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