Debbie Blank | The Herald-Tribune
Dr. Mary and Mike Robertson, Batesville, were among attendees who tried a Common Threads, Chicago, activity. In two cups, they compared how long it took white vinegar to break up small squares of white and wheat breads when agitated. The teacher explained, "Even though both of them start to break up, one obvious difference: The brown bread stays together while the white bread breaks apart quickly." His conclusion was "heartier bread makes you feel fuller longer."