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For all who want to make this recipe and do not have a bread machine make it anyway. You don't need special instructions or anything converted to make it by hand. This is a healthy bread but I will make it more healthier by substituting the 1 pckge of commercial yeast to 1 cup of sourdough starter.
This bread was delicious! I am so happy to find a bread recipe that uses all whole wheat flour AND wheat bran as well as seeds. I usually eat a store-bought seeded bread but this tastes way better and is so much healthier. My only problem was that my loaf only rose halfway. I use yeast from a jar and I read that the equivalency to a package is 2 1/4 tsp but maybe I need to add a bit more. Either way it is one of the best breads I've made and will be great in the fall with some beef stew!
The bread came out very well. I've made it with all wheat flour and also with a mix of whole wheat and white bread flour. Both batches were very good and the crunch of the seeds makes it extra special. For those complaining about the bread being too dense I have two suggestions: 1. Use a mix of flours and 2. Note that the recipe calls for INSTANT YEAST. If you are using regular active dry you need to use just short of 3.5 teaspoons and I suggest proofing it first. Instant to active dry is NOT a 1:1 conversion.
I modified this recipe and it turned out wonderfully. I used all purpose bleached flour (instead of whole wheat flour) spring cream honey (instead of regular honey) and used the Basic Bread Cycle. The bread turned out moist and beautiful. Will definitely make it with these modifications again in the future.