Whole Wheat Bread for Renee
My life feels a little full at times. I think that it appears that I am super woman. I am not. People wonder how I do all that I do, but there are times where I don’t do a lot. It just looks like it. Snapshots of life don’t capture real life.
On days that I have time, I make loaf pan whole wheat bread. But it takes time . . . and energy . . . and the brain function to multitask.
Recently I acquired a bread machine from a gal (thanks Lynette!) who had three and wanted to get rid of two. What an answer to prayer she was! In my married life, I have worn out two bread machines, and was hesitant to buy another.
So . . . I just made bread by hand. Laborious. (I love that word.)
So . . . Renee, here is the recipe that I use. So when I tweet, “making bread,” you now know my little secret! The bread machine is making bread!
2 lb loaf
Place the ingredients in your bread machine in the following order:
12-13 ounces filtered water
1 3/4 tsp sea salt
2 tbs softened butter
1/4 cup sorghum (molasses or honey will also work)
4 cups whole wheat flour (preferably fresh ground)
1 3/4 tsp yeast
Turn your machine on.