Perfect Food BASE BREADI have been curious about BASE BREAD from the BASE FOOD series for some time, and I actually purchased and tried it at a convenience store. The purchase price was 248 yen (tax included).
BASEFOOD "BASE FOOD" is a complete nutritional food that provides all 33 nutrients necessary for one meal, including protein, dietary fiber, and 26 vitamins and minerals. It is made from more than 10 carefully selected ingredients, including whole grains, soybeans, and chia seeds, and is formulated and manufactured using proprietary technology to provide nutritional balance and great taste. Sugar content is reduced by approximately 30%*, and all products contain no synthetic colors or preservatives.
BASEBREAD While low-sugar bread has been attracting attention in recent years, "BASE BREAD" is a long-life bread that can be stored at room temperature for approximately one month without using any synthetic preservatives by controlling moisture and devising the manufacturing process. It can also be used as a stockpile food.
BASE BREAD ChocolateChocolate bread is perfect for breakfast, with a moderate sweetness that makes it easy to eat. 1 bag contains 1 piece. Each bag contains 255 kcal. 13.5 g protein, 3.4 g dietary fiber, 1.4 mg iron, 19 mg vitamins.
It is about the size of the palm of your hand. When you open the seal, you can smell a slight sweet aroma. It looks like a normal sweet bread.
The dough is dense and filling. Also, every time you bite into it, you can feel the crunchy texture! I wonder if these are chia seeds? The crunchy texture is a nice accent. It is not as sweet as it looks, but the chocolate flavor is delicious!
You can eat it as it is, but if you want to try it, I recommend heating it in a microwave oven (500W for about 20 seconds). The inside becomes soft and fluffy, and it tastes just like freshly baked! If you eat it at home or in the office, please microwave it!
BASE BREAD Chocolate is perfect for busy times. We are glad that it is easily available at convenience stores. Give it a try.
* Based on the 2015 edition of the Standard Tables of Food Composition in Japan (7th revision), BASE BREAD is compared to bread rolls, BASE PASTA is compared to Chinese noodles (raw), and BASE Cookies is compared to confectionery/biscuits/soft biscuits (in the same amounts).