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Whole-Grain Peasant Bread Wheat-ish Sandwich Loaf

Writer in the Kitchen returns with another variation of peasant bread. You might remember the delicious peasant bread recipe adapted from alexandracooks.com to include a 7-grain and honey topping. Well, it's been adapated further into a sandwich loaf, or as I call it, my new favorite rustic Whole-Grain Peasant Wheat-ish Sandwich Loaf Bread. Yeah, it's a mouthful, and so good.


Whole-Grain Peasant Bread Wheat-ish Sandwich Loaf - Writer in the Kitchen  - MK McClintock

It came about largely because I don't always have time to make the regular wheat-ish loaf that I use for sandwich bread and dinner rolls, and I don't always want to bother with the big mixer. I needed something quicker, and in addition to being tasty, it had to make a great toast to go with my morning oatmeal breakfast.


“Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts.” —James Beard, cook book author

Ta-da! Now, there are several great peasant bread recipes out there of varying kinds, but at the end of the day, peasant bread is peasant bread. This just happens to be my favorite (to go along with so many other favorites).



This bread is great for toast, sandwiches, as a salad side, or freshly sliced with a drizzle of honey. It's shown here with Kerrygold unsalted butter and Breitsamer Honig raw honey.


Even if you are not a baker, this bread is worth trying. It is so easy! Enjoy with your favorite beverage and a good book.


“Bread is the king of the table and all else is merely the court that surrounds the king.” —Louis Bromfield, American novelist



For your convenience, you can download a PDF copy of the Whole-Grain Peasant Wheat-ish Sandwich Loaf Bread here.


Enjoy!

 

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