38 Replies to “IS BREAD HEALTHY? My Homemade Whole Wheat Bread Recipe!”

  1. Thank you for the video. Do you think the recipe would still work if instead of three risings (two in the mixing bowl and one in the loaf pan), I did one rising in the mixing bowl and one in the loaf pan?

  2. I just made his last night! And it was a success, easy and minimal ingredients! I didn’t let it rise for as long as she suggested because I was low on time so what I did is I let it rise for the first hour and half then i knitted it for a few minutes and placed in my bread pan then I covered it again and let it rise for another 45 minutes and then placed in oven to cook! It was still airy and fluffy! Great recipe! 💕

  3. I had to come and subscribe so I do not lose this link also I thought I needed to check it again because I was feelinhg like I missed a step, I plan to try making it tomorrow so I will let you know what happen as this is my first time making a yeast bread since my injury, I am paralized on my left side so I only use one hand these days to do everything, i love learning from younger people as a senior now. Love how upbeat you are and it mskes me feel excited to give this a try. Thank you my lovely for sharing.

  4. Thank you for showing your mix by hand with a wooden spoon instead of some expensive machine with dough hooks. love your video whole wheat is harder to work with because it is dense not like all purpose white flour.

  5. By the way Faith, adding just about 1 Tbsp of tapioca starch to your bread recipe would make it more fluffy and less dense. Still healthy, but I like to do that with my breads including whole wheat ones.

  6. Wow, this bread recipe looks so simple and delicious! I have tried and failed so many times making bread, but I think I have confidence in making this one! Can't wait to try it out, nothing better then fresh homemade bread 🙂

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