New England Soup and Sandwich Bread Machine Mix.
It gets cold in New England. So it's not surprising that New Englanders make breads with substance. This is an almost white bread, a moist bread, that is made with just enough whole grains to make a delightful bread.
As flours--though only wheat flour has the proteins to form gluten, which gives bread it's chewy, elastic texture.
As rolled grains. Rolled oats and other rolled grains meld into the bread but make the bread chewy and moist.
As finely chopped grains. Finely chopped grains may be the consistency of coarse salt but cook soft and nearly unnoticeable. They give breads a chewy, hearty texture with occasional grains.
As coarsely chopped grains. Coarsely chopped grains are distinct, chewy nuggets in the bread. Often, they are presoaked to make them softer. In a bread machine, with a three-hour cycle, the grains are softened.
A great bread for toast and sandwiches.
- A soft, moist bread that your family will love.
- Each package contains one bread mix that makes a two-pound loaf.
If you make this bread in your bread machine, water temperature is critical. Please use a thermometer to measure water at exactly 80 degrees. A ten degree difference in water temperature can double the growth rate of the yeast. These bread mixes are satisfaction guaranteed when you use a thermometer.
" This is a great country, New England bread that is light and moist but wholesome."