Since my husband is on a low sodium diet, I am glad to find a bread that works for us. This was very good. I made it exactly as called for with the ingredients, but don't have a bread machine, so made the "old fashioned" way, by kneading and rising. Put the flours and salt in a large bowl. In a separate bowl, put honey, yeast and water and mix, add the oil, then put that into the dry ingredients. Mix well, knead for about 8 minutes on a floured counter, let rise in a greased, covered bowl for an hour or so, punch down and form into a loaf, put in greased loaf pan, let rise again. Bake for about 30 minutes at 350. I will make this again - made a delicious, dense, sweet bread with very little salt. Also, being in a loaf form, we got more than 10 slices from it, making each slice lower in calories and sodium content.
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Since my husband is on a low sodium diet, I am glad to find a bread that works for us. This...