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    Question:Honey- Wheat- Oatmeal- Bread- -- All- Whole- Grain-

    hagertya
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:37 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Honey Wheat Oatmeal Bread - All Whole Grain Version
    Hello, I was wondering if you can make this bread without the vital wheat gluten or replace it with something?

    Thanks
    duonyte
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:57 pm
    Forum Host
    The purpose of the vital wheat gluten is to help "lighten" the texture of the bread. The recipe uses only whole wheat flour and oats. The bran in these cuts through the gluten strands that develop while kneading, and so the bread will not rise as high as a bread made with all-purpose or bread flour, and will be denser.

    You can omit it if you are ok with the bread having a denser texture. You can buy vital wheat gluten at most supermarkets in the baking section - it is a little pricy, in comparison with flour, but it will last a long time (air-tight container in fridcge) and you only use a few teaspoons per loaf of bread.
    Zeldaz
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 3:44 pm
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    You can also get it in bulk at natural foods stores, if you don't want to buy very much of it.
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