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Bob's Best Multi-Grain Bread for the Bread Machine

This great bread uses whole grains to give a satisfying flavor. The recipe was a prize winner at the 2005 Oregon State Fair.

Directions

Place oats, cornmeal, molasses, honey, salt and butter in the pan of your bread machine. Pour boiling water over the mixture, stirring to prevent lumps. Let rest for 10 minutes. In a separate bowl, blend listed dry ingredients, omitting yeast. Add vinegar to liquid in the bread machine pan and stir. Top with flour mixture. Make a small well in the center and add yeast. Place pan in your bread machine and bake on machine’s Whole-Wheat setting (DO NOT use rapid Whole-Wheat, or unsatisfactory rise will result!). Remove promptly from pan when completed. Makes 1 loaf (13 slices).
Bob

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Products Used in this Recipe

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Steel Cut Oats

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Whole Wheat Flour

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Flours & Meals
Unbleached White All Purpose Flour

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Gluten Free
Organic Amaranth Flour

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Gluten Free
Brown Rice Flour

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Baking Aids
Sweet Cream Buttermilk

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Baking Aids
Vital Wheat Gluten

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Gluten Free
Org. Brown Flaxseed Meal

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Grains Beans Seeds
Poppy Seeds

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Gluten Free
Active Dry Yeast

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Flours & Meals
Medium Grind Cornmeal

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Jack October 29, 2012
This recipe calls for a lot of ingredients that I did not have on hand, but it turned out to be worth it. It makes a bakery quality multigrain bread, great flavor and a perfect texture.
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Shelby Coleman October 19, 2013
Makes a great loaf. Note: the cornmeal is listed at the top, instead of the bottom. I forgot it twice! Also it took me awhile to figure out the buttermilk should be powdered. There is no weight listed for the loaf but I used a 2 lb. setting and that worked.

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