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Bread - Multi-Grain - Spelt, Barley, Kamut, Rye, and Wheat


4 tsp. Dry Yeast
2 cups Whole Grain Spelt Flour
1/2 cup Whole Grain Barley Flour
1/2 cup Whole Grain Kamut Flour
1/2 cup Whole Grain Rye Flour
1/2 cup Whole Grain Wheat Flour
1 tsp Caraway Seeds, ground or whole

1 tsp. Soya Lecithin, liquid
4 tbsp. Molasses
2 cups Water, warmed to 52�C. (125� F.)
1/2 cup Sesame Seeds and Rolled Oats (for and outer coating)
(To enlarge the photo of the Spelt, Barley, Kamut, Rye, and Wheat Bread, click on the photo or link)


Note: If you are freshly grinding your grain, and it is still warm, do not preheat the water, and add the yeast after at least 1 cup of the water has been added.  If not, proceed as below:

Add the ingredients in the order listed, with the exception of the Sesame Seeds.  Place the dry yeast and flour in the mixing bowl or in the bread maker container.  Add the Soya Lecithin, Molasses, and about 1/2 of the Water.  Begin the kneading process and add additional water as necessary to keep proper consistency.   We have found that the amount of water necessary will vary from day to day.   The total kneading time should be approximately 20 minutes.

Place a thin layer of Sesame Seeds on a bread board or clean counter top.  Place the dough on the Sesame Seeds and form into a cylinder about 1/3 m. (12") long.  Cut in two pieces and reform into into a loaf making sure that the the entire surface, including the ends are coated with the Sesame Seeds.  Final length should be slightly less than the length of the baking pan.  Place in two 12 cm. X 24 cm. (4-1/2" X 9") bread pans.


Place the baking pan in the warming drawer of your oven (on low), or set the oven to warm setting �45�C (120�F).  Be careful that the oven does not overheat.  Place the bread pans in the oven to raise the dough.   When the dough is slightly over double the size, turn the heat up to 175-180�C (350-360�F).  Bake for approximately 35 minutes.  When the crust is firm, but not crispy, the bread is done.  Remove the bread from the oven and from the baking pans.  Let cool on a wire rack (Photo-left).  Enjoy!  (Photo-right - Warm loaf of bread removed from the baking pan)

Ingredients information

Caraway Seeds
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Lecithin, Soya
photo and description not available

Molasses, Unsulphured

Oats, Rolled


Sesame Seeds


Wheat, Hard Red

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Utensils and Equipment Information

Loaf Baking Pan

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Bowls, Mixing and Serving


Measuring Cups, Dry

Measuring Cup, Liquid

Measuring Spoons


The above recipe is in keeping with God's creation intent (Genesis 1:29-31):  'Then God said, "I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food.  And to all the beasts of the earth and all the birds of the air and all the creatures that move on the ground-- everything that has the breath of life in it-- I give every green plant for food." And it was so.   God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.' (NIV)  Let no animal suffer or die that we may live!

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