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How can I make brown for my multi grain bread besides using molasses for a sweetening. I don't know what else "natural" that I can use. Coffee, Cocoa - will the flavor be too overpowering? Thanks,

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March 15, 20050 found this helpful

if it's the flavor of the molasses that you object to, try using "fancy" or "barbados" molasses. The flavor is not as powerful as blackstrap or cooking varieties.

coffee is often used to add color to pumpernickel

in my opinion, whole grains add ample color and I don't add anything more to change the color.

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March 15, 20050 found this helpful

Put in a desert spoonful of carob powder to 4 cups of flour. Sieve it first. Gives a just-noticeable- but -unidentifiable sweetness and tons of minerals

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December 31, 20050 found this helpful

You could try adding flax seed. It makes breads browner.

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