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Recipe For Health Bread – Perfect For Toasting — 25 Comments

  1. all the seeds in here sound great! i love bread with a lot of texture. and i’ve been hearing about using granola in baking (from everything to streusel to bread to cake to whatever) for a while, but still haven’t done it! someday. soon hopefully, because it sounds sososo tasty (:
    heather (delicious not gorgeous) sharing the blog ♥ Tomato Nectarine Salad with Tofu CreamMy Profile

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    • I make my own granola which is a great place to start 🙂

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  2. This is my favourite kind of bread, looks delicious Tandy. It is fantastic that you have been offered these opportunities to review books that you choose to read. Doesn’t get much better than that in my opinion.
    Jem @ Lost in Utensils sharing the blog ♥ what’s hot in the garden when it’s cold & growing (not drinking) coffeeMy Profile

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    • I am really blessed 🙂

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  3. A yummy sounding recipe, Tandy. We love bread so I am saving this one.

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    • Hope it turns out well for you 🙂

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  4. The post is inviting me to taste it right now.

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    • Thanks for the visit Kaylan 🙂

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  5. Love how the cut bread looks, lots of delicious goodies and flavor.
    cheri sharing the blog ♥ Summertime Zucchini and Corn ChowderMy Profile

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    • It was packed full of goodies and flavour 🙂

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  6. Hi Tandy,

    I thought I had posted a comment about this bread but it appears to have disappeared into the ether. The bread looks and I am sure tastes delicious. I have been baking bread for the past sixteen years using my sourdough starters, one for white and rye bread and the other one, a South African culture, for wholemeal bread. I would love any suggestions from you as how I could convert this recipe to one using a sourdough starter. Many thanks, in anticipation

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  7. How creative to use granola in it! 😀
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    • It added such a nice texture 🙂

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  8. This bread looks so tasty 🙂
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    • Thanks Pamela 🙂

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  9. Looks delicious,Tandy.

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    • Thank you Liz 🙂

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  10. Your healthy bread looks nice, Tandy. And I love the sprinkle of poppy seeds on the top. I am sure they add a nice texture too. One thing, are the whole meal and whole wheat the same?
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    • Yes they are 🙂

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  11. I enjoy your book reviews 🙂 Wow the bread looks amazing!
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    • Thanks Evelyne 🙂

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  12. I love health bread.
    Have a great weekend.
    🙂 Mandy xo
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    • Thank you Mandy, hope yours was great 🙂

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  13. The bread is obviously delicious. One query. I haven’t used yeast for sixteen years as I have two sourdough starters, one for white or rye bread and one from South Africa for brown bread. I am hoping that you might make a suggestion as to how I could convert this recipe to a sourdough one? Many thanks, in anticipation!

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    • Hi Merle. Sorry I didn’t reply earlier. I am going to have to test the recipe with my starter and then I can let you know for sure what works. There are a few resources on the Web about using a starter in place of yeast. The general rule of thumb is replacing 30% of the flour with starter but this hasn’t always worked for me. I will post a recipe as soon as I’m satisfied it is perfect. Thanks Tandy

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