I am very happy with the low-carb diet, but I admit that the hardest part was giving up the classic bread and finding a substitute, a bread without carbohydrates that is tasty, healthy, with a good texture etc. I tried many keto bread recipes, I think they were over 20 and I came across this one which was originally called "low-carb focaccia". It seemed simple, fast, cheap and I started to "play". Next, there were about 10 more flax breads with different ratios and combinations as I realized that, although the first attempt wasn't perfect, this was the taste and the texture I was missing in all the other gluten-free bread recipes.
I like the light flax flavor, the fluffy yet firm texture, the fact that it's easy to make and, last but not least, that it's one of the cheapest low-carb breads. Yes, it really matters, we can't always afford and have at hand almond flour or other special low-carb flours. I made a lot of breads, even with store-bought flax flour. It's ok, but I noticed that the bread is tastier if you grind the linseeds at home, in a simple coffee grinder.
Finally, I want to mention more and even insist on reading about flaxseeds, the many health benefits they bring, without having to give up the taste of classic wholemeal bread. It's not necessary to have a low-carb diet in order to make a change or to diversify your family's daily and healthy menu.