Category Archives: Process

Banana Nut Muffin with spelt & emmer flours

While I have been doing some minor baking, I haven’t posted because my camera-computer communication system seems to have broken down. In other words, I don’t know what I’m doing if the slightest thing goes wrong or doesn’t work. But, … Continue reading

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High Protein Whole Wheat Bread with Walnuts

In my search for a mild tasting, high protein, whole grain bread with good structure, I decided to tinker further with this basic whole wheat recipe. The bread I made today is similar to the bread and rolls I posted … Continue reading

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Peter Reinhart’s Whole Wheat Bread

Ron and I like to try new and different tastes (Ron even more than me). This makes trying out different breads and baked items just right for us. The other side of the coin, though, is that we get somewhat … Continue reading

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Improved Protein Whole Wheat & Spelt Rolls

I wanted to increase the protein content of the rolls, so I added soy flour (a flour with little or no taste of its own). Soy flour (Bob’s Red Mill) has 9 grams of protein per ¼ cup; spelt flour … Continue reading

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Cranberry-Walnut Rye Bread using Soaking Method

While we enjoyed the rye bread I made last week, I wanted to see if the loaf couldn’t be lightened up a bit using buttermilk instead of water in the soaking stage. I also added a cup of spelt flour … Continue reading

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100% Spelt Blueberry-Nut Muffins

Okay, another batch of Blueberry-Nut Muffins. This time I used only spelt flour and I changed the baking process: I soaked the spelt flour in buttermilk for 24 hours before mixing in the other ingredients and baking.   Makes 12 … Continue reading

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Green Tea & Red Rice Whole Wheat Bread

As you may have realized by now, I am constantly on the lookout for healthy and healthier breads – using only whole grains (no white flours if at all avoidable), and possibly adding other ingredients to increase the benefits of … Continue reading

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