No, bread is dairy-free. The term “dairy” is used to describe milk and dairy products, while bread is made with wheat flour, water, salt and yeast. Some bread recipes may call for milk or butter, but they are not considered dairy products. No, whole wheat bread is lactose-free.
Lactose is a type of sugar that is obtained from milk and is found mainly in dairy products such as milk, yogurt and cheese. Whole wheat bread is mainly made with wheat flour and other grains and does not contain any dairy products, so it does not contain lactose. The key is to use a variety without sugar or flavor. Soy, almond, and rice milk are good choices because they have a neutral flavor.
It would be difficult to prove the difference between bread made with regular milk and bread made with regular milk.