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Sheridan Kennedy

Hi Paula
We currently have 4 bread mixes in new product development, 2 of which are grain based, so in the future this will be easy! However, in the interim you can use Grain Concentrate Mix (although it only comes in 20kgs) along with our White Unbleached Flour to get a white based grain bread,

If you use 100% of our Stoneground flour in the recipe the loaf will lack volume and may be a little dense in texture.

The Grain Concentrate Mix will have to be soaked overnight to get best results, otherwise some of the grains can be a bit firm to bite into.

If you want a recipe for grain bread for your machine try this one below, it will be enough for a standard bread machine.

White Flour 315g (or experiment with a mix of White and Stoneground)
Salt 10g
*Oil 10g – this can be either Canola of any type of Vegetable oil.
**Bread Improver 5g – This is available in flour isle normally near the yeast in supermarket.
Linseed 30g
Sunflower Kernels 30g
Hulled Millet 20g
Pepitas 20g
Rolled Oats 30g
total 500g

Water 280ml
Yeast 7g

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