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Twice-proven wholemeal bread



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  • 220 g lukewarm water
  • 1 teaspoon caster sugar
  • 22 teaspoon dried yeast
  • 60 g seeds of your choice, (sesame, sunflower, flax, etc)
  • 20 g honey
  • 20 g olive oil
  • 600 g wholemeal bread flour mix, (I use Laucke Golden Wholemeal)
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    1h 20min
    Preparation 1h 0min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Add water, sugar and yeast to and let sit for a minute. Then, 37C/1 min/

    2. Add honey, oil, seeds and flour, for 8 minutes. (Add extra water if required, 5g at a time until the dough is consistent.)

    3. Prove the dough in the for approx 30 minutes, or until the dough reaches the top.

    4. Punch the dough down and for another 2 minutes. Turn oven on to 200 C while this is happening.

    5. Roll dough into an even oblong and place into a sturdy bread tin. Prove in a warm, draught-free place (such as next to the griller while the oven is pre-heating) for 30 minutes or until risen to the desired size.

    6. Bake in 200C oven for 20-25 minutes depending on the desired crust colour.


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  • The Golden Wholemeal by

    Submitted by JENNIGRANDMA on 12. April 2016 - 11:28.

    The Golden Wholemeal by Laucke is not just wholemeal flour. It is a bread mix.  Therefore it has fats, improver, etc added to it, so all you need to add is yeast and water. When made according to the directions it only needs 2 teaspoons of dry yeast to rise 600g of flour mix. I hope this will be helpful. Have not personally tried this recipe.


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  • Godess for Life Thanks for

    Submitted by queenie601 on 19. May 2013 - 15:31.

    Godess for Life

    Thanks for sharing your twice proven wholemeal bread recipe.  Could you please confirm how much yeast? 22 teaspoons is a lot of yeast or is it meant to be 2.2grm  Your confirmation would be greatly appreciated.



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  • I am sure it is not 22 tsps

    Submitted by annebarnes on 26. February 2013 - 15:08.

    I am sure it is not 22 tsps of yeast. A good rule is 2 tsps of dried yeast per 500g flour, at the most I would use 3 - 4 tsps. An old breadmaker recipe I had used 2 and 1/2 tsps of yeast  per 600g flour. You might have an explosion in your kitchen with that amout of yeast. tmrc_emoticons.D   Hope that helps. Anne tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • are you sure its 22 teaspoons

    Submitted by Jepikey on 26. February 2013 - 14:50.

    are you sure its 22 teaspoons of yeast?


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  • I guess so! It's wholemeal

    Submitted by goddessforlife on 7. February 2013 - 14:11.

    I guess so! It's wholemeal bread mix that I use! Let's know how you go tmrc_emoticons.-)

    -----------------------------Goddess For Life coach and mentor www.igoddess.com

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  • Hello. Could you use

    Submitted by Delvene on 5. February 2013 - 13:09.

    Hello. Could you use wholemeal flour instead of the bread mix do you know? Thanks

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