I love going to the organic shop and coming out with the various brown paper bags with all the different goods in to make this bread. It really makes me feel like I’m doing well when my kids have this for their school sandwiches. Apart from its healthy aspect this is just simply lovely — nice for sandwiches or toasted with butter or jam. You might like to try other flours or combinations, too. This makes one large loaf or two smaller ones, and, if you like, you can easily freeze one and keep it for another moment.
Put the water in a smallish bowl and add the yeast, honey and oil. Stir until the honey melts and then leave it for 10 minutes or so, until it begins to froth up a bit.
Put the farro, buckwheat, rye, wholmeal and bread flours in a fairly large wide bowl and add the linseeds and
Add the yeast mixture to the flours and mix through well, kneading it in the bowl for at least 5 minutes until it is elastic. It may still be
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