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Recipe For Sourdough Whole Wheat Seed Bread — 37 Comments

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  2. Wonderful looking loaf! I could toast this every morning for my breakfast! Hehe

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    • I could do the same Sammie 🙂

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  3. Beautiful looking loaf, Tandy! Glad to see Cordelia is still looking after you! 🙂

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    • She is a special ingredient Celia xxx

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  4. Love all the seeds in this loaf – bread making is so good for the soul

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    • I heartily agree with you Sally 🙂

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  5. Hi Tandy, we have a very soft spot for seed breads….we could probably have them for snack every day with some nut butter…but were always unsure about making them…and now reading your post inspires us to try our hands with this delicious loaf,thanks so much for sharing…Have A Beautiful Day!!! 🙂
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    • Thank you for the visit, and I certainly hope you enjoy baking this bread 🙂

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  6. I love fresh bread and it truly is a labor of love. There’s nothing like a slice that is still warm with some good butter. Your loaf looks really great!
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    • That is the best way to enjoy freshly baked bread Amy 🙂

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  7. I always enjoy seeded breads. I bet this one is great!

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    • It was, thank you Adri 🙂

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  8. This bread sounds and looks delicious Tandy…I love the idea of sourdough and the seeds in it.
    Have a beautiful weekend Tandy 😀

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    • Thank you Juliana 🙂

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  9. Great looking bread and with your own starter is always the best. I love making bread but it is the humidity and fighting with my oven that cannot hold its temperature that pose a problem. ahh the joys of living in Hong Kong. At least I can look at your delicious bread.

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    • I am not sure how to combat the humidity! I hope your oven’s problem can however be overcome 🙂

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  10. That crunchy seed mix on top sounds like an awesome topping!!

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    • It really made a difference to the bread 🙂

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  11. I love making bread at home. The whole house just smells wonderful. I agree taking the time to use a poolish starter makes a huge difference in the bread you make. I love the flavor and aroma that this type of bread gives.
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    • I love the smell of bread baking as well 🙂

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  12. Hi Tandy, always wanted to make a bread using a starter. Love all the different kinds of seeds in this. In your instructions when you say put ice blocks in oven, is that for moisture?
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    • It creates steam which helps with oven spring 🙂

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  13. I wouldn’t mind this delicious seedy bread for breakfast 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
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    • Bread for breakfast is always a good thing 🙂

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  14. I’ve never even heard of poolish before, Tandy, but it sounds fantastic. 🙂 So grainy and hearty and delicious.
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    • You would love a starter in your kitchen Krista 🙂

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  15. Looking forward to more sourdough baking when I’m back in England soon so will bookmark this one!

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    • I am working on a great whole meal recipe for the bread maker to get us through winter 🙂

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  16. I love seed breads so I know I would enjoy yours. It makes such good toast spread with some soft butter.

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    • That sounds just perfect!

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  17. Oh I thought that a poolish was a sourdough starter? Oops! 🙂
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    • Similar but not quite the same!

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  18. Fabulous looking loaf of bread Tandy. Think I would skip the aniseed though.
    Have a lovely day.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • The aniseed scents everything it comes into contact with!

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  19. No, haven’t heard of poolish. And I’m Polish. Your bread came out perfect, Tandy. Love all those seeds on top. 🙂 ela

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    • Thank you Ela 🙂

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