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Q: Most bread here has sugar or sweentener in it why?

Chinese people should (I think) cut back on the sugar in their breads

9 years 23 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Hangzhou

 
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Yes its no good. I bought myself a bread-maker.... paid 700 rmb, found later you can buy one online fore 350

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remember they do not eat bread like westerners do it is sort of like desert , remember they eat rice instead of bread and they dont eat sandwiches (traditional chinese food) so they for the most part probably never realized that bread is not cake

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And yet, there are not that many obese people in China...hmmmmmm

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If you live near a 7-11 get their bread.....just like home!

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They just eat the bread as it is. I don't think they understand the concept of putting something on the bread, like butter. I actually like the availability of the sweet bread, I like eating it for breakfast.

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Again, it's not sweetener, it's custard powder.

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