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Originally posted by TasunkaWitko TasunkaWitko wrote:

say, andy - i posted this on another forum, and got an interesting question: how would this work with whole-wheat flour? i see where you said you have had success with other flours, so i am assuming it went well, but were any adjustments necessary?
 
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Ron,

I haven't made it using whole wheat flour but I know that others have with good success.  It should be fine.

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Originally posted by Boilermaker Boilermaker wrote:

Originally posted by TasunkaWitko TasunkaWitko wrote:

say, andy - i posted this on another forum, and got an interesting question: how would this work with whole-wheat flour? i see where you said you have had success with other flours, so i am assuming it went well, but were any adjustments necessary?
 
thanks!


Ron,

I haven't made it using whole wheat flour but I know that others have with good success.  It should be fine.

Andy


I would think if you're not sure you could just go with one cup of wheat flour, and two cups of AP or bread flour the first time, but I'm pretty sure it would turn out just fine.
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Originally posted by Hoser Hoser wrote:

Originally posted by Boilermaker Boilermaker wrote:

Originally posted by TasunkaWitko TasunkaWitko wrote:

say, andy - i posted this on another forum, and got an interesting question: how would this work with whole-wheat flour? i see where you said you have had success with other flours, so i am assuming it went well, but were any adjustments necessary?
 
thanks!


Ron,

I haven't made it using whole wheat flour but I know that others have with good success.  It should be fine.

Andy


I would think if you're not sure you could just go with one cup of wheat flour, and two cups of AP or bread flour the first time, but I'm pretty sure it would turn out just fine.


Dave,

That is exactly what many of the folks on the baking forums do when using whole wheat.  Thank you for adding that.
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I made your bread yesterday, turned out great.Next time I'm going to replace some of the water with plain yougart and see if it will give it more of a sour dough taste.Thumbs Up
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Excellent!!  I'm glad you liked it.  Thumbs Up

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Please let us know how it turns out with the yogurt.  That is a fantastic suggestion, i wish I had thought of trying that, yogurt has great possibilities.
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hey, MTman - welcome to the forum. i know right where hilger is - lived in lewistown for several eyars and worked at the yogo inn. glad to see a neighbour here!Handshake
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I will be making this bread again, to go with my x-mas ham. It was really good and easy to make.
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