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Great basic and customizable recipe! Thanks!

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Tx2Step February 22, 2014

Great bread. Made as written but only had regular oats. Loved it for breakfast this morning.<br/>Will be making this all the time.

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adopt a greyhound February 07, 2014

Wonderful bread. Rose beautifully and great texture and crust when baked. I added caraway seeds as I love the taste of them and mixed this all in my KA mixer. This is going to be a staple on my bread making. Thanks for the great recipe.

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Sewwhatsports May 25, 2013

Another wonderful bread hon. I would have sworn on a stack that I had rye flour in the house but found none so I used kamut flour in it's place. I also lacked all of the seeds that I would have happily used so I chopped an equivalent amount of walnuts and tossed them in. As others have mentioned I needed more water (1/4 cup for me). I'm madly in love with the very low sugar and fat content. It comes out beautifully risen with a lovely, slightly chewy, crust and a soft moist inside that light and delicious. I'm printing this wonderful recipe to keep in my folder where I put things that I want to make sure I don't lose. Great Bread!

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Annacia May 27, 2012

A great loaf! Rises very nicely and is light. I didn't have sunflower seeds, and substituted 2 tablespoons of 8-grain cereal. I added 1 1/2 teaspoons of caraway seed. I used real pumpernickel flour from my local co-op ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pumpernickel ) instead of the plain rye flour specific in the recipe. The mixture was dry, so I added a total of 1/4 cup of water when I heard the bread machine "complaining." I baked the loaf on a 12-inch pizza pan, just the right size for this round loaf.

The description mentions acid reflux disease. Don't let that dissuade you. This is excellent, delicious bread that everyone will enjoy!

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Futtimanette September 25, 2011

Very good bread. Nice texture. I didn't add the sesame or sunflower seeds, and I had to add a few TBs of extra water to make it smoother. Also cooked about 25 min and covered with foil halfway through. Cooking time probably depends on the shape you make it- I did a wide, long loaf on a baking sheet. Great with honey butter!

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Goodeatin March 12, 2011

Another great bread recipe. Nice texture and flavor. Thanks for another winner!

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Mikekey July 15, 2007

I have been looking for a new healthy bread recipe. This one is great - tasty and full of good fiber. The onlyl thing I lacked was flax seed meal, so I doubled the steel cut oats. I whirled them in my spice blender before adding them, because I wasnt' sure how they would cook up whole. I made the dough in my bread machine. I kneaded it when it was done, let it rise about half and hour, and cooked it as directed on a stone baking pan. WONDERFUL! Acui labai, Duonyte!

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atm1970 January 22, 2006
Multigrain Bread (Bread Machine)