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    ?? Re Additions For Fibre

    Fri May 13, 2005 2:45 pm Groupie
    I'm fairly new at making my own bread ..............
    ........... one of the chefs who reviewed Brown Bread added a cup of oat bran for additional fibre & I want to do the same thing.

    So here's my question .............
    .............. do I reduce the amount of flour in the recipe?

    What if I want to make this multi grain by adding flax or sunflower seeds?

    TIA icon_wink.gif C.L.
    Donna M.
    Fri May 13, 2005 10:37 pm
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    It depends on what you are adding, how much you are adding and how absorbant it is. Most high-fiber additives do not absorb moisture, so I usually don't find it necessary to alter the flour content. Oatmeal would be an exception, as it does absorb moisture. Seeds would not.
    Sat May 14, 2005 5:11 am Groupie
    Thanx ........... I'll give it a try icon_wink.gif C.L.
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