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Home » Food » Bread » Martin's Spent Grain Bread
Martin's Spent Grain Bread
By Martin Carman

Martin grabbed some of the spent grains leftover from the Hop Worship Double IPA brewday at BJ's. You don't need to brew a 7 barrel batch to make this bread. This recipe is designed specially for bread machines.

Ingredients
Yield: 1 2lbs Loaf
1 cup 1 egg & water (to make a cup)
2 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
3 TbspSugar
2 tspSalt
3 cupsBread Flour
1 cupSpent Grain
2 TbspVital Wheat Gluten
1 TbspYeast

Method

Add ingredients to the bread machine in the order suggested by the manufacturer of your bread machine.

Use the regular bread cycle.

After the first 5 minutes of kneading, check to see that there is a proper balance of flour to water.

If there is still dough sticking to the bottom of the pan, add a little more flour.

If the flour has not been incorporated into the dough, add a little water.

This variability is caused by the inconsistency of the quantity of wort remaining in the grain.


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