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Wow! I love this bread! I have used different flours like yesterday I used 1 1/2 cups of Whole Wheat Flour, 1 1/2 cups of Dark Rye Flour and 2 cups of Multigrain Flour and it turned out awesome. It is such a wonderful airy bread and it isn't heavy like whole wheat breads tend to be. I have been making this bread for months now and don't get tired of it. Wish I had an industrial size mixer so I could make a bigger batch! So recommend this recipe if you want a beautiful loaf of bread.
I have tried many bread recipes, and this one is the best! Thnks, Earl.
I don't know what I did wrong but by the end of mixing the dough was still very sticky and runny. I had to pout it out of the bowl and then add more flour to it. I will tell you how it turns out after I finish the whole process.
By far the easiest recipe I have tried, I just got my mixer and have trying to make bread with numerous disasterous results,this has been the best one so far. This is a great beginner recipe with great flavor. Thank you!
Great recipe! I only use homemade bread and this is the only recipe I use. I use wheat flour instead of white and it turns out great! Really easy!
Overall this is a good basic recipe but the bread ended up being a little bit salty. When I make it again I would reduce the salt by a teaspoon or so. Also it isn't clear if he is counting the yeast as a dry ingredient or a wet ingredient. I added it to the water mix which is what most bread recipes call for.
This is a wonderful bread recipe. I used 2 c. of wheat flour and the rest bread flour. I love that you don't have to guess (at least for a beginner like me) about the amount of flour to keep adding. Thank you for this recipe!