I've scoured my cookbooks, my mom's and even one a friend's mom brought all the way from New Foundland (well it's a Newfie cookbook, but she brought it from Ontario). I've decided to take a break from the Multigrain I've been making to try out something else. I can of course get a recipe from the library or ye olde internet, but I'd love something others can vouch for.
So, here's what I'd love, but I'll be talked out of this if your argument is persuasive enough, a recipe for bread that is:
- Not too full of sugar, all the olde fashioned recipes my mom had laying around used like 1/4 or a 1/3 of a cup of sugar. That seems like too much too me. If it were honey or molasses in those quantities I'd probably feel better.
- Has a fair bit of whole wheat flour or some non-traditional grain. I don't like using too much white flour.
- Is a yeasted bread, and preferably not a sourdough starter. I feel like I'm not quite ready to graduate to sourdough starters, but again I can be talked out of that.
Other than that, I'm open to your wisdom. Help me fill that lovely new vintage bread box!