Hi Mark, the nutrition box states 1 serving (slice) out of 12. SO, if you wanted to calculate the nutrition for the entire bread, you’d just have to multiply it by 12. I’m sorry, but I did not weigh the bread so I cannot give you the nutrition per 100 g. There’s a good (free) nutrition calculator on the website sparkrecipes.com that you can use. Or download the KetoDietApp, it also has a good one. Glad you like the bread though!

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I have not tried this yet. It could work, if you baked it for longer. The only thing I’m worried is that it might not rise as much because of the extra weight. I might be wrong, but I don’t want you to be upset about waisting expensive ingredients. There’s someone who commented about doubling the recipe on october 25th 2018 – but it sounds that she might have used 2 pans instead … here’s the comment: “I just made this. I doubled the recipe and used long narrow Wilton pans. I used carton egg whites. I baked it for 45 minutes, turned the oven off and left it closed for 30 minutes. Awesome, awesome, awesome!!! I now have 21 slices of bread in the fridge to experiment with. (That means I already ate 3)”
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