MultiGrain Bread Recipe

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Bread doesn't get more protein and fiber packed than this!

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Directions

Makes: 64 servings
Step 1
Grind on fine setting of Mr Coffee – longer pulses 2 sets 5 seconds. Put barley into Bosch Mixer or large bowl. Add 6 cups of hot water.
Ingredients:
12 cup Pearled Barley
Step 2
Combine and grind on course setting of Mr. Coffee grinder – short pulses 2 or 3 times.
Ingredients:
13 cup Poppy Seeds
14 cup Sesame Seeds
12 cup Flaxseed, whole, not milled
12 cup Quinoa
14 cup Millet
Step 3
Add all of the seeds & grains except oats and flour into Bosch Mixer or large bowl. Let sit for 15 min. (Barley will be in the water for about 20+ minutes) Then add 2 cups old fashioned oats turn on mixer, or stir by hand with spoon, to blend and then let soak an additional 5 min.
Ingredients:
12 cup Raw Shelled Sunflower Seeds
12 cup Raw Pumpkin Seeds
2 cups Old Fashioned Rolled Oats
Step 4
Add ingredients.
Ingredients:
23 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
23 cup Honey
3 tablespoons Yeast, heaping tablespoons
3 tablespoons Dough Enhancer
13 cup Gluten Flour
4 cups Hard White Wheat Flour
2 cups Spelt Flour
2 tablespoons Salt
Step 5
Continue to add more flour, 1 cup at a time until it pulls away from sides of bowl. Mix for 5 minutes. (If mixing by hand add flour until dough is not sticky then knead well for 7-10 min). Shape bread, put into oiled pans, put in oven – turn on oven to 170, turn it off – set timer for 15-20 minutes or until bread dough rises, then turn on oven to 350º and cook for 20-25 minutes. Makes 6-7 large loaves.
Ingredients:
Hard White Wheat Flour

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2 Responses to MultiGrain Bread Recipe

  1. Amaryah says:

    Loved this recipe. I sat down and figured out how to reduce everything by 1/8 to make a single loaf in my bread machine. I managed to find everything in my cupboards and the grocery store except the dough enhancer and I used all purpose flour instead of hard white wheat flour. I am making my second loaf now and am trying it out with whole wheat flour and an added egg. Do you make your own dough enhancer or do you buy it???

    • Vusala says:

      Oh my gosh! That’s exactly what I want to do! reduce the recipe and bake it in the bread machine! how did you do it??

      Can you please share your secret??

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