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Whole Emmer Grain Banana Bread experiment #2

Interestingly enough, I find that I really like emmer – both as a grain and as flour. In continuing to experiment with using the grain in bread I tried it in a banana bread this week. I used most of … Continue reading

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White Whole Wheat & Spelt Flour Bread

This week I wanted a nice whole wheat bread that could be used for sandwiches if needed. Also, I wanted to use spelt flour and to boost the protein content with soy flour. So, I again (I had used it … Continue reading

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Whole Grain Banana Nut Bread

I have been baking quite a bit this past week, but in some cases I wasn’t that thrilled about the results and in other cases I didn’t use whole grains – just went with the white flour recipes. It is … Continue reading

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Emmer, White Whole Wheat, & Soy Rolls with Seeds & Nuts

Some time ago I accidently ordered Emmer seeds instead of Emmer flour. We don’t have a flour mill, so the bag has been sitting in my cupboard ever since – untouched. I did like the breads I made with Emmer … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Rolls with Seeds & Walnuts

Recently, Ron found a wonderful whole wheat roll with lots of seeds in it and on it. It was so good I almost decided I didn’t need to bake anymore! Why bother when it’s so easy to find fabulous food … Continue reading

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Whole Grain Scones

Before I get into this week’s baking adventure, I want to let you know that I probably won’t be blogging for the next 3 weeks. I am going to Russia this Friday and won’t be back until the end of … Continue reading

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Flavorful Whole Grain Dinner Rolls

The whole grain Flavorful Dinner Rolls I made today were inspired by the Mixed Rolls recipe in Paul Hollywood’s 100 Great Breads(page 31). I couldn’t resist the idea of using one recipe to produce 3 quite different rolls. These rolls … Continue reading

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