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Old 25th January 2012, 11:38   #1 (permalink)
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Wholemeal Flour / Kepekli Un

A couple of days ago I used this type of flour to make Brown Soda Bread.
While it turned out faily ok, it was still more like White Soda Bread.
Is there any other "browner" or mosre coarser flour available in Turkey?
I want to make a more traditional Irish Brown Bread.

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Re: Wholemeal Flour / Kepekli Un

Hi Mary

Do you use sour milk or buttermilk? If not, what is the equal in Turkey?
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Re: Wholemeal Flour / Kepekli Un

I add yulaf kepegi (oatmeal bran) to the flour to give the bread more body and yogurt instead of butter milk.

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Re: Wholemeal Flour / Kepekli Un

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I use Ayran instead of buttermilk. I guess yogurt would work also. I also add 2 teasspoons of vegetable oil, to keep it moist. I will look out for the Yulaf that Shirley suggested. I must have my brown bread., I was thinking of investing in a bread maker, but I don't know if "fast-acting" yeast is available here.

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Re: Wholemeal Flour / Kepekli Un

Try a flour by Sinangil called «avdar. It is as brown as Hovis, I would say. Be careful because I think there are bread machine mixes, or packets of the flour only. SINANGIL CAVDAR EKMEK MIKSI 500 GR - Unlar - Unlar - Yemek Malzemeleri - greenssanalmarket.com
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I was thinking of investing in a bread maker, but I don't know if "fast-acting" yeast is available here.

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Yes its called MAYA and comes in little packets like the Karbonat comes in. Available everywhere. I LOVE my bread machine...
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Re: Wholemeal Flour / Kepekli Un

There is another flour that may be a bit darker: tam buğday unu.
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I'd say «avdar is darker.
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