Recipe by Ed
"Nice soft whole wheat bread with added grains. Makes a 2 large loaves. Double recipe for 3 smaller loaves."
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1 3/4 cups
warm water (110 degrees F (43 degrees C))
stone ground whole wheat flour
vital wheat gluten
flax seed meal
coconut oil, melted
So delicious!! I couldn't find vital wheat gluten, so I omitted it, but it turned out great anyway. I also added more water in the kneading process. Great recipe, thanks for sharing!
should have read the reviews first, but the water/flour ratio is off. I am somewhat new at bread and kept thinking that I was not doing something right, but it was the ratios.
This is great bread! I had to make some omissions based on what I had handy (no sesame, sunflower seeds or coconut oil. I tossed in some wheat germ instead - otherwise followed the recipe except for the shape...I got 6 sandwich rolls and 1 large bunny loaf out of this. Thanks for the recipe!
One detail: If you've had breast cancer that was estrogen-receptor positive, you should avoid flax seed and flax meal. Either leave them out, or add more of the other seeds.
Let me preface this by saying I am just starting to bake bread. It is very difficult to find a recipe with 100% whole wheat. The only modification I made to this recipe was to add an additional 4 Tbls water as I could not get my dough to form without. I just pulled it out of the oven and my husband and I both enjoyed a slice. Great flavor and not too dense. Next time I am going to try using just vitamin C and omit at least some of the wheat gluten. Thanks for sharing a great recipe for healthy bread!
This was my first time attempting bread and it came out great! I didn't have the flax seeds (added a bit extra flax seed meal) or the coconut oil (substituted toasted sesame oil) and needed to add a bit more water to get the dough to form. Tried to use my kitchenaid mixer but ended up just making it smoke -- so did all kneading by hand. I didn't knead for full times because I got tired, but it still came out great. The bread was a big hit and now I'm going to use it for french toast.
The bread was tasty and good for sandwiches but the flour / water content was off. I used more water and approximately 5 1/2 c flour.
The bread turned out beautiful. I did have to use 2 cups of water instead of 1/34. Also when you cover it, don't put saran wrap on it, it will stick. It was so good. I will make it again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
100 Percent Whole Wheat Bread
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 281
** Calories from Fat: 41
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