Converting whole wheat recipe to the Zo
I bought a William Sonoma bread machine about 8 years ago and used it quite frequently to make bread. Most of the time I made a whole wheat recipe (below) which I had put together from several recipes that my family and I quite liked. I found this recipe very forgiving. A little too much of this or that and it still worked just as well. Also, it didn't fall.
Anyway my wife bought me the Zojirushi for Christmas because I was going to have to replace the non-stick pan again and it seemed like time for a new machine. So I've had a lot of fun making bread in my new Zo but I haven't been able to get my tried-and-true recipe to work. Everytime it comes out fallen :(
Comparing the cycle times for the Zo's whole wheat recipe to the William Sonoma I did notice that the rises weren't as long. So I created a new personalized recipe on the Zo which has exactly the time lengths of the William-sonoma Whole Wheat Light crust--what I used for baking my bread. Unfortunately though, the loaf still came out fallen. I can still make the bread in my William Sonoma machine with no problem (of course it doesn't come out of the pan well.)
Any suggestion on (a) how to modify the setting of the Zo so it can make my recipe (below)? or (b) how to modify my recipe to work in the zo?
Also, I'm curious, any ideas why this falls when I use the Zo but doesn't fall when I use my old machine?
Here's the recipe (in order of how I put them in the pan):
11.5 oz hot water
2.0 oz brown sugar
1 1/2 tsp salt
11.5 oz whole wheat flour
2.5 oz ry flour
0.75 oz gluten
0.75 oz veg oil (in corner)
1 1/2 tsp yeast