I made this recipe for my husband's family tonight, and they were eaten up very quickly! They turned out very soft and airy, and the taste (not to mention the aroma) was very invigorating. The only differences to the ingredients I made was to add 1 tsp. Italian Seasoning instead of the 3/4 tsp. Plus I used 1-1/2 cups fresh ground whole wheat flour, and 1 cup white bread flour. Also, since I don't have a food processor, I used my Kitchenaid, and made the dough like any other normal bread dough recipe.
Note: Here's a tip I've learned through trial and error. My bread turns out way better when I use the paddle attachment to my Kitchenaid and beat the liquid with enough flour (plus the salt, yeast, sugar, and whatever other small amount ingredients the recipe calls for) to where it forms a thick batter. I usually beat it for a good 3-5 minutes, then I add additional flour until the dough becomes somewhat stiff (but isn't burning out the motor). I then knead the dough by hand, adding more flour until the dough is ready to sit and rise.
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I made this recipe for my husband's family tonight, and they were eaten up very quickly! They...