Hi all,I'm new to breadmaking and use a bread machine. So far things have been going gangbusters and I love it. Makes a great hostess gift, even if you make it from a mix it's appreciated. I am ready to delve into an everyday loaf that I can make a couple times a week and doesn't have all the cr*p that's in commercial breads. Currently, I buy a commercial whole wheat bread that is "double-fiber"--5 grams/slice! So, a sandwich made with this bread gives you 40% of the RDA for fiber at only 40 calories per slice. This is a boon for folks like me who count calories or otherwise pay attention to their diets. I want to create a bread like this. The main ingredient, as far as I can tell, in this commercial loaf that gives the fiber is soy fiber. 1. Any ideas on where I can get soy fiber? Googling comes up with powdered supplements that are sprinkled on food, which would work I suppose, with the right adjustments of the rest of the ingredients. I've seen soy flour and a slew of other Soy things. 2. Any other suggestions to up the fiber content? Now that I know what it's like getting enough fiber in my diet I never want to go back! <lol>3. If I find the soy fiber, any suggestions for modifying my favorite recipes? Thanks!