Bread is an important part of our lives and I am always experimenting with new ideas. I was very inspired by this recipe and created my own multigrain mix. It took a long time for me to work up the courage to try it. I was afraid of grinding the grains. But it was easier than I thought. My grinder didn't work at all but the blender handled it with ease. And the best part is that the bread turned out AMAZING which is a good thing because I have tons of the multigrain mix left. I winged it and created my own mix using what I had an what I could find easily at the local market.
purchased rice flour
purchased cracked buckwheat
oats ground at home
flaxseed unground - next time I will grind this as well
I prepped the dough the day before I intended to bake it and let it rise gently in the fridge. On baking day I took the dough out and let it rest on the counter for an hour then tried to shape it. It was much too wet to shape as I had hoped so into the loaf pans it went. I let it rise another hour or so until doubled again and then baked for about 45 minutes. And it was the lightest, most flavorful loaf I have had in a long time.