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Wheat and Whole Berry Bread Recipe

drhowarddrfine | Aug 10, 201809:39 AM     6

This is driving me crazy. A few years ago I made this bread from a book. I thought I copied the recipe, word for word, but it's not coming out quite right. I thought it was from Dan Leader's "Bread Alone" but I can't find that book anywhere. I then thought it was in one of Rose Berenbaum's bread books but I can't find it there either. Even a Google search only show three mentions of it but no recipe.

Is anyone else aware of the recipe they can share or, at least, which book it's from? A hint is that it contained "bran flour" which was a concoction put together by Dan Leader but I still think the recipe is in a Rose Berenbaum book.

I'm not interested in alternate recipes. It's my wife's all-time favorite and I'm getting the evil eye from her.

Bread Alone: Bold Fresh Loaves from Your Own Hands
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