Dutch bruin brood (brown bread)
One of my colleagues, who's Dutch and enjoys his bread, has been asking if I can make a simple Dutch 'bruin brood' loaf, the kind, he tells me, is sold all over the Netherlands and available anywhere. All he really knows is it's brown, it doesn't have rye in it, it's not sourdough and may or may not have some seeds and grains.
I've hunted around the web for recipes, including here, and found a few, some sourdough, some which seem to be to be very simple brown breads with nothing special, some with seeds, some in Dutch, some using Waldkorn which appears to be a commercial grain mix ground to a flour. I'm fairly sure if he wanted just brown bread, that wouldn't be too hard to find, so that's probably not it, however I haven't found any recipes with much of a theme to them which tells me I've found a traditional dutch brown bread.
Does anyone have a good recipe for bruin brood which he'll recognise as the kind of daily bread he's craving?