Made bread from [url=http://www.agrana.com/finisfeinstes/html/v_finp_aktiv.htm]some german bread mix[/url]...for the first time in my entire breadbaking life. Hubby got this from Austria; he didn't have a clue what he had bought.
My able translator, Jack (Lang), came up with this list of ingredients from the wrap: Spelt wholemeal flour, Spelt flakes (21%), Sunflower kernels (8%), Rye meal,
Spelt wholemeal sour starter (dried), sugar, potato flakes, salt (iodised),
buttermilk powder, wheatgerm.
Expecting all breads to rise and 'spring', I was dejected to see hardly any discernable movement in this bread. Its 70% hydration suggested that I had better bake it in a tin. I was so surprised when I tasted it...nice chew, smells divine, love the crunchy seeds. Had it with homemade sambal ikan bilis (white bait), and toasted peanuts and extra crisped white bait, courtesy of mom. Enjoy.
p/s The image link doesn't seem to be working??