BuBu’s Bread

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BuBu’s Bread

Almost everyone in your family will welcome Bubu’s Bread to their daily intake of high fiber, whole grain foods

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Bake:  425 degrees; 350 degrees      Time:  20 minutes; 30-35 minutes


1 cup Oat Bran organic
2 cups Wheat Bran organic
1 cup Flax Meal organic
1 1/2 cups Blackstrap Unsulphured Molasses
4 teaspoons salt
3 1/2 tablespoons yeast
5 cups water tepid
3 cups Whole Wheat organic Bread flour
7 cups Unbleached organic White flour
1 cup Rye flour organic


1.  In a very large metal bowl, add water, molasses, oat & wheat brans, flax meal, 2 cups wheat bread flour, 3 cups white flour, and 1 cup rye flour and the yeast.
2.  With wooden spoon, stir altogether until well blended and texture is like a pancake batter
3.  Cover top with plastic wrap for 1-2 hours (Place in a draft-free area) until risen and bubbly
4.  Remove plastic and add the 4 teaspoons salt, 1 cup wheat flour and 4 cups white flour until dough is able to be kneaded
5.  Knead until dough is elastic, using small amounts of oil in between kneads, about 7 minutes (refer to video)
6.  Let rise in bowl covered with plastic until doubled in size, about 1-2 hours
7.  Remove plastic and punch down dough, cutting into 4 equal pieces, about 2 1/4 pounds each
8.  Knead each one slightly and let them rest for about 10 minutes covered with a linen towel
9.  Take each mound and flatten with palm of hand on both sides and fold each side inwards, turning around to do other side
10 .Pound down again shaping into small rectangle and roll from longest sides, tucking small edges in and under
11. Place seam side down in an oil sprayed bread pan and cover with linen towel until risen slightly over top edge
12.  Bake in pre-heated 425 degree oven for 20 minutes and then 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes until when tapped on top, it sounds hollow
13.  Cool on baking racks until cool and then refrigerated (slices easier when cold) and cut into slices and freeze bread

*  Very important to add SALT in at step 4 so as not to reduce the affect of the yeast (salt has been know to kill yeast)


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