Next question, we just discovered from going to Lamberts, home of the throwed roll restaurant, (Google it for a good laugh! They throw rolls at you when you walk in and sit down!) Anyway, we just discovered our 1 year old LOVES bread! I want to make a bunch of whole wheat rolls for him but most of the recipes I have searched for in here use Milk. Why is milk used? We are vegge heads so we do not even buy milk but I guess Milk makes them softer is that the deal?
AHHHH So happy to have found this forum! What a GREAT place to throw around ideas!
I am a whole wheat crack head and have so many questions it is not even funny!
Where to start? hehe
First off, I am located in Pensacola Florida which is a "Wheat-AWAY" zone as far as I can see. We have a local bakery here The Bread of Life which is good but it is not as cheap as anyone else out there in Montana or Idaho or where ever you can order it and pay for shipping.
I have been making 100% whole wheat bread (both with hard red and hard white wheat) for quite some time. My family loves the loaves, and I love the ease of baking using my Bosch Universal. (I have rheumatoid arthritis, and I'm unable to knead by hand.) However, I want to branch out into French bread, Ciabatta, artisan bread or something smiilar. Has anyone successfully made this type of bread 100% whole grain using a Bosch or similar machine? Please share your recipes. I would be most grateful. Thank you, Sherri