Maybe it would be good to define whole wheat.
Last time I was at this whole wheat section of the bread forum, [8 months ago maybe] there were posts about whole wheat bread. To me that means 100% whole wheat. And it seemed to mean that to the other posters back then. What does it mean to you people? Some whole wheat, mostly whole wheat, a little whole wheat. Do we really need a forum titled 100% WHOLE WHEAT? If so lets please start one. I've been thru about 20 posts that describe increasing the whole flour amount, or adding bread flour, It sounds like the business definition of whole wheat has been adopted here....i.e. whatever thier lobby people paid congress to say it means. It's still the english language and bribing congressmen aside, whole means entire or all of something, and wheat is a grain surrounded by bran with an intact germ inside. Everything else is dead flour. The business man's delight. That's my .02.