9-grain bread

Yield: 2 Servings

Measure Ingredient
9 \N Grain Mix Makes 2 1/4 c Makes 10c
\N \N Triticale flour 1/2 c 2 c
\N \N Buckwheat groats or flour 1 Tbs 1/4 c
\N \N Flax meal (grind flaxseed) 1 Tbs 1/4 c
\N \N Millet (whole) 1/4 c 1 c
\N \N Cornmeal 1/3 c 1 1/3 c
\N \N Sunflower seeds 1/2 c 2 c
\N \N Oats 1/4 c 1 c
\N \N Soy flour 1/4 c 1 c
\N \N Soy grits 1 1/2 Tbs 3/8 c
\N \N Mix these up and you're ready to make bread!
\N \N Makes 2 - 1 1/2 lb loaves
2⅓ cup Warm water
⅔ tablespoon Blackstrap molasses
1¾ tablespoon Malt syrup
1 tablespoon Yeast
1⅛ cup 9 grain mix
5½ cup Hard whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon Salt
3½ tablespoon Oil

From the Arcata Co-op Bakery

THis bread will not only nourish you, it will surprise you with its unique and delightful flavor and texture. Definetly worth the extra effort of finding the 9-grain mix ingredients. The mix will keep well in the refrigerator - we're sure you'll want to make this bread again (try a handful in pancakes!).

Mix the water, molasses, malt and yeast. Add the 9 grain mix, flour, salt and oil (you can also make a sponge and wait, but it's not necessary). Mix, and knead dough well. Let rise, shape into loaves and let rise again in oiled bread pans. Bake at 350 F for 45 min.

From: "Uprisings: Whole Grain Bakers Book" Posted by Theresa Merkling.

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