I actually like that this recipe, as stated, makes two loaves of bread because it gave me an opportunity to makes it as stated, then alter the second loaf. The original version is pretty tasty - a slightly sweet whole wheat bread. I suggest testing for doneness at about 50 minutes - at 55 mine were a bit darker than I would have liked, but fortunately the bread was still moist. It was good warm, but even better toasted the next day with some butter and jam. I could see this beinf used as a sandwich bread for maybe chicken salad, especially the fruited kind, but it is definitely sweeter that regular whole wheat bread. To the second loaf, I added a heaping tbsp of honey, same amount of wheat germ, some cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, and some chopped dried prunes and raisins to make it more of a quick bread. I like the fruited version better, but still found the original to be enjoyable.
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I actually like that this recipe, as stated, makes two loaves of bread because it gave me an...