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The bread was very good but the honey and molasses masked the sour flavor. So I would not try to pass this off as sourdough when serving it because it will disappoint.

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ltavakoli March 08, 2011

I have made this recipe 4 times now. I did need ONLY add 1/4 teaspoon yeast as the starter did much of the work! The flavor is great. I have used the optional flaxseed. I have found that I like 2 larger loaves rather than 3 smaller, (personal preference) This makes great sandwiches, and toast. Love the molasses, honey combo! Try this one!

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The Jelly Room January 13, 2011

This was outstanding. I didn't have gluten and it still was terrific. I added a mixture of flax seed, quinoa, sunflower and pumpkin seeds to one loaf when kneading before turning into the loaf pan. That was also yummy. Thanks for a terrific recipe.

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jameshoward November 12, 2009

This bread is awesome - so light and fluffy. The only thing I omitted was the molasses, just because it didn't appeal to me. I used extra honey in place of the molasses. I made 2 loaves and six small buns. My kids love this bread too. I would highly reccommend this recipe to anyone! Thanks for sharing this great, simple recipe.

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cooking in Canada March 04, 2008

This was a delicious recipe! My husband and two sons both love it. I have made it twice, followed the directions exactly and got two 9x5" loaves. The only thing I will do different next time is use only a tablespoon of yeast--the dough rose rather quickly and needed a little degassing.

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Yomamabeck July 09, 2007
Whole Wheat Sourdough Bread (Not Machine)