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I haven't baked yeast bread in years...decades, maybe(!). I used to fix Cornell formula* bread when my kids were young in the 70s/early 80s (adds wheat germ, soy flour, non-fat dry milk powder and optional sunflower seeds to white was good!).

BUT. Just in case we do get a pandemic, I'd like to be able to bake my own if I'm not shopping for a few weeks for fear of COVID-19. My husband really loves chewy bread and eats 1-2 slices a day. (I eat more like 1-2 slices a week, but whatevs-)

I found this promising recipe:

But I'd prefer a mixed sprouted grain/legume bread like Ezekial, not just wheat. Plain Ezekial bread is what I usually buy w/occasional Ezekial raisin bread or rye or sourdough for a treat. And I prefer no sugar added or just monk fruit sweetener, or molasses, honey or maple syrup in preference to cane sugar.

Anybody have a good bread recipe?

*CORNELL BREAD was invented by a food scientist at Cornell University in the 30s as a healthier alternative to standard white bread to promote public health.
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