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Friday, May 14, 2010

PostHeaderIcon Finally a master recipe bread again…9 HBin5 – Hearty Whole Wheat Sandwich Loaf

I have been yearning for some good bread this last 10 days. Don’t get me wrong, I have been eating bread and not bad one either but there is something about the master recipe of the HBin5 I enjoy. It’s quick and easy and mighty tasty. How can you go wrong with that.
Time is of an essence as we close up shop here in Germany so this was just perfect.
You can find the recipe for the master recipe here in this Mother Earth News article.
All really great bread starts with fresh ingredients. What could be fresher than grinding your own flour. That is how I usually start any baked goods with whole wheat.
May 15th Bread Braid
1 full Master Recipe
Page 62-63 1 loaf of hearty Whole Wheat Sandwich Loaf

2010-05-131 Quick and easy! One little problem arose and that is the fact that I need a new lame (bread scoring tool). Mine was not sharp enough and tore my bread. Did not matter in the end because it’s tasty and that’s what counts!

This post will be linked to Michelle’s blog Big Black Dogs where you can read up on the results of my fellow bakers who attempt to bake through the Healthy Bread in 5 Minutes book.


Mama Peck said...

There's nothing I like better than a fresh loaf of whole wheat bread. Boy, does yours look good! Can just imagine a slice of it toasted and slathered with butter.. oh, my. Heaven!

Femalechef said...

Your breads look wonderful!!!

Cathy (breadexperience) said...

I agree there is nothing like a good loaf whole wheat bread especially when it's made with freshly ground whole wheat. Delicious!

Good luck with your move!

Ezzie said...

This looks great!

Chow and Chatter said...

oh I am with you isn;t it lovely to get back to the master recipe, hope all goes well with the move lol Rebecca

Cristie said...

Amen. I love a good old slice of the simple stuff as well. Your bread looks great.

Joanne said...

I was definitely happy to go back to the master recipe as well. Good stuff!

Elwood said...

Your bread looks great! Good luck with the move, I'm originally from Texas myself (Houston).

Old Pop said...

Great looking bread. Nice to use fresh-milled flour. Good luck with the move.

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