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Recipe For Nut And Seed Bread — 46 Comments

  1. These look amazing! I can’t wait to give them a try!
    Supriya Kutty sharing the blog ♥ Firecracker Prawn 65My Profile

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    • Thanks for the comment Supriya 🙂

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  2. Thank you for taking part in this months change, it sounds delicious. I understand the problem with proving in cold kitchens, I had to take a panettone I was making last christmas to the pub with me because our kitchen was so icy it was making no progress.

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    • I shall use that as an excuse next time the bread does not want to prove 😉

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  3. Breadmakers are really lovely. So nice to put it all together and let the machine do the work on busy days:)Love this sunflower and almond bread for Twelve Loaves. Thanks for baking along with us, Tandy:)

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    • Thank you so much for the visit Lora, I am hoping to bake every month with you 🙂

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  4. Fabulous bread – and I love my bread maker as it helps when it´s too hot as well as too cold!

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    • I only recently learnt that too hot weather is not good for bread either 🙂

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  5. I am sorry to hear it’s so cold there, Tandy! We have a beautiful day and then alternate with snow and cold rain! I definitely use a bread machine and this looks like the perfect loaf to make in it!

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    • We are having the same type of days – one hot, and then a week of rain! I am ready for summer 🙂

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  6. Beautiful loaf Tandy!! Looks very healthy and hearty too!! Yeah, it’s never warm enough around here to proof my bread either! I always turn on the oven for 2 minutes, shut it off and leave it in there. haha..

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    • I am too scared to do that! But, I shall give it a try as I have nothing to lose 🙂

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  7. I’ve never made bread before. This one sounds really good!

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    • I love making bread and find it most satisfactory to take a loaf to people when we eat out as it is always welcome 🙂

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  8. So interesting to hear what you say about using your bread maker, unless our heating is on I can’t really make bread, so I may have to investigate a bit more. Thanks for the tip and the recipe Tandy !

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    • This has been one of the most amazing appliances I have bought, and I use it often 🙂

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  9. It looks delicious, Tandy!

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    • thank you Zirkie 🙂

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  10. Beautiful loaf! I love the crunch that the nuts and seeds add.

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    • me too, and it is so good for you 🙂

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  11. I don’t have a bread maker, and is a shame because we love fresh bread, especially during the weekend. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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    • Giovanna, I would get all the children to help knead the dough – it will keep them busy for a bit 🙂

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  12. Well here in Johannesburg we are having a nice warm day today and i shall post some of this weather to you. Nice recipe

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    • thank you Usha, the nice weather arrived for a bit, but this afternoon it will be back with you 🙂

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  13. Your bread looks so good, so tempting too!
    I never use a breadmaker because I love to make very dark & healthy bread & those machines can’t stand it at all.
    I also love to work the dough with my hands: it is kind of theraputic too! 😉 xxx

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    • I also love dark loaves, and I am going to find a way for my bread maker to do them 🙂

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  14. Love the idea of toasting the seeds. My rolls for this challenge suffered the other way. Over-proving …just so hot in my house!

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    • I suppose you have to get the aircon at the right temperature!

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  15. I bet the sunflowers and almonds are lovely together…what a great, sturdy loaf! =)

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    • The bread maker tends to make sturdy ones 🙂

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  16. Tandy, that looks lovely! Our largest bakery chain here sells a seed loaf called the Cape Seed loaf – made me smile as I read your post! 🙂

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    • I wonder which seeds are from my home town?

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  17. Hope you get some decent weather soon, Tandy. I don’t have a breadmaker. It would be too tempting. 🙂

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    • I am too disciplined for my own good so we don’t bake bread during the week 🙂

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  18. I have become a little in a rut with my breadmaker: every day the same loaf, half plain, half wholemeal. I think it’s time to ring the changes. Thanks for the inspiration, Tandy 🙂

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    • I find that sometimes just adding something different helps with the filling inspiration 🙂

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  19. I LOVE our breadmaker. While I do miss making bread by hand, it has come in so handy the past few weeks, since we’ve been so busy. (And busy= eating more sandwiches, so needing more bread! What a cycle!) Good call on using it when your kitchen isn’t warm enough to proof. We’re headed into that season right now, and I can see myself using my machine a lot this winter.

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    • And I am so looking forward to baking bread from scratch 🙂

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  20. You can never have too much bread, especially if it looks as tasty as yours 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • I so agree Uru 🙂

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  21. I can image that the smell of this bread baking in your bread maker helps to offset the chill of winter. This post makes we want to buy a bread maker — especially after the recent excitement of making my first loaf of bread!

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    • With kids, a bread maker can be the most useful kitchen accessory! I splurged and got the top of the range one and it has been a pleasure 🙂

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  22. My breadmaker packed up yesterday. Since I had all the ingredients mixed already I kneaded with my hand and proved the dough in the bedroom wrapped under 2 blankets.

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    • that is such a clever idea!

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  23. I am also starting to get serious annoyed with this non-summer weather Tandy – seems global warming is having a big party.
    Lovely loaf.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • The wind is howling here which means the start of summer – it had just better not do this every day or I will cry!

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