I'm heartbroken. The Shipton Mill's Organic 3 Malts and Sunflower Brown Flour I brought back from Dan's class is about finished. I just LOVE its flavour. If you know about the flour availability here, you'll realize how little and how pathetic the resources we are stuck with.
Here's the write-up on the flour:
"To produce the richness of this flour, whole grains of wheat, rye and barley are steeped in water before being carefully spread on the malting floor. With time, the malts naturally mature, and when ready the grains are oven-roasted to create their individual flavour and lovely golden colours. Gently blended with sunflower, sesame, linseed and pumpkin seeds, the three malts makes a delicious, well-balanced bread flour, the colour of speckled hens."
Latest bread (made this morning) using the flour.
I realise you may not be familiar with the flour, but, I'm desperate. Based on the description above, how would you put together a recipe for a bread like that? With what proportions?
Edit: The title should read 'Help me Construct a Brown Bread'.