Put all of the dry ingredients into a bag, allow some air inside and then shake it up (this takes the place of sifting).
Place Step 1 into a microwave-safe container. Mix in the egg, water, and oil in order.
Drop the container from a slightly high place to remove air pockets.
Microwave for 10 minutes at 500 W. Flip it over onto a plate as soon as you remove from the microwave.
Once it has cooled, remove from the container. It's done.
If you cut it into 12 slices, 1 slice will contain about 1.65 g of sugar. Basically, just divide the total amount of sugar content with the number of slices to get how much sugar will be in each slice.
Since the texture will change depending on how much it is cooked (how much water is released), adjust the time to preference.
Story Behind this Recipe
I haven't been able to make a really great bread and had gone through a lot of trial and error, but then I accidentally made a gluten-free bread with only soy flour that goes perfectly with meals. I think this recipe is great for anyone who's watching their sugar intake or monitoring their health.
Since non-sugar sweetener isn't as sweet as regular sugar, I used quite a lot. I also think it's good if you substitute the oil for melted butter or sesame oil for a different flavor. I recommend using this bread for sandwiches.