I've made a couple of breads this year, and this may have been the first time I ever used yeast and did the rise/punch/rise steps. I've actually made this bread four times now, I think - not because I love it, but because I now have the recipe on hand. It's an okay bread, but maybe I'm not a good judge of honey wheat breads. I live at about 6200 feet, and used all the flour, but I could probably have used even more - the dough wound up a bit sticky while kneading it. It took almost twice as long to rise, too. The 35-minute time was maybe a minute or two too short for me - the loaf was a teensy bit moist in the center. The results were a bit dense, and crumbled a little when slicing (as another reviewer mentioned), and I couldn't really detect the honey flavor. However, I should say that I made a loaf for The Woman I Love, and she loved it (5 stars, I think).
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I've made a couple of breads this year, and this may have been the first time I ever used...