Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 13:28:25 -0800 (PST)
From: Laurie McCullough (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The whole wheat recipe that worked so well in my
Panasonic is as follows:
whole wheat bread recipe #1 (Panasonic)
whole wheat flour: 3 1/4 cups (3 3/4 for extra large)
salt: 2 teaspoons (for either size loaf.
I used lite salt)
nonfat dry milk: 2 tablespoons (for either size)
applesauce (in place of butter): 2 tablespoons, either
molasses: 2 tablespoons, for either size
water: 1 3/8 cup (11 fluid oz)
(1 1/2 cups for the larger sized loaf)
dry yeast: 1 1/2 teaspoon, for either size
I used Red Star Active Dry
The Panasonic machine calls for adding the dry
ingredients first, then the wet, and putting the yeast
in the special yeast dispenser, which keeps it away
from the liquid until the time is right.
As I'm sure you know, you'll want to add ingredients
in the order suggested by the manufacturer of your
I'd be curious how this recipe works in other
I made the smaller sized loaf.