Being Irish I love wheaten bread and as a Nutritionist/Home economics teacher I have experimented with different recipes until I found one that I could give to my dad to make. I used quality ingredients to produce this nutritious moist wheaten bread. This bread is full of nutritious wholesome ingredients and packed with lots of fibre for digestive health. I hope you love this bread as much as I do.
For the wholemeal flour mix I used rye, spelt, einkorn and seed and grain flours. I like to experiment with alternative ingredients so feel free to use the ingredients you have.
Kombu is a dried seaweed harvested off the Scottish coast where I currently live and work.
The maple syrup I use is an alternative to sugar and seems to give the bread a dark colour that I like, but you can use sugar or honey instead. I'm not a fan of the taste of stevia.
This bread is not recommended as part of a calorie controlled diet. It is delicious however. Eat in moderation as one thin slice is approximately 225 calories.