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In the Kitchen
I prefer the taste of wholemeal bread too....not that I can eat it anymore.White bread is a no-go in our house. I made the switch a number of years ago and the kids are fine with it. Multigrain was a harder sell so we settled with wholemeal.
Tracy,Thank you so much for the recipe. Guess what I am making tomorrow ???Once again thank you so much !!Sylvia
Wow, Tracy, that does seem quite easy! I am going to give this a try sometime. Thanks for posting the recipe!!!
Oh do they look great!!!!Becky K.
I'm one of those weird people, too! I LOVE wheat bread. I think it's so much tastier than white :)
I'm a wheatie, too. :-)
Me too. I'm the only one who likes the "heaviness" of whole wheat as opposed to white.But, because our diet eliminates yeast products, I've been experimenting with sourdough. I think I've found a new love! ;o)
Your bread looks wonderful. Thanks again for sharing. I would love for you to join in Crock Pot Wednesdays at Diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com. Mister Linky is up and ready for your entry. Thanks for posting.
I love both types, especially if there's real butter nearby or at the very least a wee splash of olive oil and pepper. Mmm.Thank you for the recipe, Tracy. I'm heading there now.jAnetickleberry farm
My daughter and I love whole wheat breads, but my husband doesn't like the "heaviness". I still make it sometimes though. I'll check out your recipe. It looks delicious!
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