High Rise, Multi-Grain Bread

The author had years of experience baking multi-grain bread, but couldn't get it to rise that high until she observed this method.



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Step 1: In a blender, macerate 12 cups of mixed grains you've soaked overnight.
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Four delicious loaves of multi-grain bread. Don't expect them to last long. 
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Step 2: Grind up 8 pounds of whole wheat, 1 pound of triticale, and 1/2 pound of rye into flour.
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Add oil, unsulfured molasses, eggs, corn flour, buttermilk powder, and dry yeast to the grain and flour mixture.
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Step 4: Knead the dough vigorously by hand for 15 minutes.
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Step 5: Separate the dough into loaves.
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