Really, REALLY easy. No bread machine, just a Kitchen Aid mixer and oven. I proofed the yeast with the buttermilk and honey (I used honey instead of white sugar) for ten minutes in my mixer bowl, then added the butter, then the combined the flour and salt.....I used all whole wheat. I needed no extra flour to get the dough into a ball but my dough hook had a heck of a time grasping on to this dough. I kneaded it with the hook as best I could for five minutes, then set it to rise in a greased, covered bowl until it doubled on a warm heating pad. When it doubled, I formed the dough into a loaf and set it in a loaf pan and drizzled it with butter and set it to rise again on the warm heating pad. It was a slow riser but the bread smells amazing. Even using all whole wheat, the bread came out soft and springy and the smell when it's baking.....amazing!
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Really, REALLY easy. No bread machine, just a Kitchen Aid mixer and oven. I proofed the yeast...