Whole Wheat Bread- 6 Loaves in the Bosch

Whole Wheat Bread
6 cups warm water
3/4-1 cup honey
3/4 – 1 cup olive oil or coconut oil
3 tbsp yeast
2 tbsp salt
1 cup vital wheat gluten (azure or vons or lassens)
15-17 cups whole wheat flour (freshly ground hard red wheat or a mixture is fine too)
put all ingredients in a Bosch mixer (or another mixer or make it by hand)- add flour if too sticky- should just barely not stick to your fingers. knead 5-6 minutes in mixer. (8-10 by hand) take out divide into 6 sections = 6 loaves of bread or sometimes I make rolls or cinnamon rolls or cinnamon bread with  one section. Form each section into a loaf- I roll out and then roll up into a loaf. place in greased pans. let rise for 20-25 min until just over top of pan under a dish towel. bake at 350 for about 30 min until brown on top.
This bread is easy, quick, and amazingly delicious. It can be stored on the counter for up to five days, in the fridge for a couple weeks, or frozen and defrosted for later use. Of course, fresh out of the oven is best!
Making your own bread is so affordable too. And grinding your own flour makes bread even cheaper, and the grain can be stored much longer than ground wheat.

About Whole Diligence

I am a mother with a teaching background, Masters in Education that stays home and takes care  of her three wonderful children; ages 8, 6, and 4. I cook, clean, take care of my family and home happening, write a blog, and homeschool.

Check out my blog: WholeDiligence.com

My blog shares my passions: food, cooking, family, kids, Christ

Food: Share all the fascinating information I accumulate about food and health. I love to eat REAL FOOD, local food, food that is good for your body. Our family has removed processed food, sugar, and processed grains from our diet in an effort to eat REAL FOOD. We have also increased the amount of fruits and veggies we use in cooking and look for quality in the food we purchase.

Cooking: I love to cook. I grew up with a father who was and is an outstanding cook. I sat and watched him cook and many times got to act as his sous-chef as he prepared dinner- chopping, grating, stirring. Menial tasks but none the less it gave me a passion for cooking. I will share recipes, tricks of cooking delicious food in a realistic manner- considering the time you have as a mom and budget.

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