Bacheldre Watermill Rustic Crunch Bread Mix 16 kg : Fantastic product!

Bacheldre Watermill Rustic Crunch Bread Mix 16 kg : Fantastic product!

I started making my own bread a while ago. I have made various mixtures of seeds,etc with a variety of doughs. I saw this product advertised alongside the strong white bread flour. They both arrived on time (poor hdnl driver) and i started to play same day. All i can really say is that i have since produced consistently good bread just as promised by the producer. As a bonus, i had my two great nieces over for the afternoon and they had great fun making bread with the ready mixed crunch mix it really is that easy. My only regret is that they took it all home with them. I also shared some flour with their mum so i shall expect to be ordering more sooner rather than later. If you love good bread and hate the fuss, try this mix.

I have been making my own bread for some time now with varying degrees of success. Having bought some of bacheldre’s other products i thought i would try one of their bread mixes. I make it in my bread maker and it is really crunchy and tasty. Even my hard to please son loves it and so do my neighbours and friends who try it. I intend to try the malted bread mix next and am sure that will be as easy to make and equally tasty. Great product and have recommended it to my friends who make their own bread.

Nice and easy to bake in my machine. I would certainly buy more when i need some. Here are the specifications for the Bacheldre Watermill Rustic Crunch Bread Mix 16 kg:

  • Stoneground wheat flour and all the right amount of ingredients to make a perfect loaf. This one has seeds, oats and wholegrains added to make that perfect loaf with a crunch
  • Tasty and textured but not too heavy
  • Strong for bread making
  • Just add water
  • Enough to make 32 x 500 g loaves

I have been making my own bread for some time now with varying degrees of success. Having bought some of bacheldre’s other products i thought i would try one of their bread mixes. I make it in my bread maker and it is really crunchy and tasty. Even my hard to please son loves it and so do my neighbours and friends who try it. I intend to try the malted bread mix next and am sure that will be as easy to make and equally tasty. Great product and have recommended it to my friends who make their own bread.

Oddly seems better in small packs?. I bought a sack of this after being delighted with the small individual bags which made delicious bread. I can’t imagine what is different but this mix creates a heavier, drier loaf. I wont buy this sack again but it is well worth buying the individual bags even though it works out slightly more expensive.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Fantastic product!
  • Perfect Every Time
  • Almost the perfect blend

Cant recommend this flour enough for making bread mmmmmmmm and a. Cant recommend this flour enough for making bread mmmmmmmm and a great price compared to buying the small bags from supermarkets.

Nice and easy to bake in my machine. I would certainly buy more when i need some.

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  1. Very happy – about time to stock up again. This was my first time buying in such quantity and the results have been consistently excellent. Being a novice my method is just to make the dough in the bread machine, leave to rise for a couple of hours and then 30 minutes in the oven. Great smells around the house and lovely loaf or rolls to share with the family with a nice bowl of home made soup.
    1. Very happy – about time to stock up again. This was my first time buying in such quantity and the results have been consistently excellent. Being a novice my method is just to make the dough in the bread machine, leave to rise for a couple of hours and then 30 minutes in the oven. Great smells around the house and lovely loaf or rolls to share with the family with a nice bowl of home made soup.
  2. This review is from : Bacheldre Watermill Rustic Crunch Bread Mix 16 kg

    Edit>decided to order a second bag, which was probably a mistake. It’s a very good mix but probably too large a quantity for me: seems the yeast died so was left with around 20% unusable. Also, the second bag was packed exactly the same as the first: in a poly sack. Was split again, tho’ not as bad as the first order. With care i managed to take out the sack without too much mess. It makes such good bread, so i guess i need to either buy smaller amounts, but much more expensive, or look elsewhere. Just too risky with the packing of these large sacks. Just add 500g of the mix and 320 water and turn on.
  3. This review is from : Bacheldre Watermill Rustic Crunch Bread Mix 16 kg

    Edit>decided to order a second bag, which was probably a mistake. It’s a very good mix but probably too large a quantity for me: seems the yeast died so was left with around 20% unusable. Also, the second bag was packed exactly the same as the first: in a poly sack. Was split again, tho’ not as bad as the first order. With care i managed to take out the sack without too much mess. It makes such good bread, so i guess i need to either buy smaller amounts, but much more expensive, or look elsewhere. Just too risky with the packing of these large sacks. Just add 500g of the mix and 320 water and turn on.
    1. No insructions on bag so followed my panasonic instructions for bread mix. Result a tasty very open texture brick. Back to my usual method which i have used in my sd254 with various concentrates. For a small loaf: in this order into the pan. 70ml hot water 190ml cold watermix well the two lots of flour below. 200 gms strong bread flour ( cheap brand )200 gms b. Drizzle the yeast over the flour mix. 1/2 teaspoon of instant dried yeast. Result: perfect light even texture loaf. Above method is opposite from my panasonic book and yes, i know the blurb says the yeast is already in the mix, but this works.
  4. This review is from : Bacheldre Watermill Rustic Crunch Bread Mix 16 kg

    No insructions on bag so followed my panasonic instructions for bread mix. Result a tasty very open texture brick. Back to my usual method which i have used in my sd254 with various concentrates. For a small loaf: in this order into the pan. 70ml hot water 190ml cold watermix well the two lots of flour below. 200 gms strong bread flour ( cheap brand )200 gms b. Drizzle the yeast over the flour mix. 1/2 teaspoon of instant dried yeast. Result: perfect light even texture loaf. Above method is opposite from my panasonic book and yes, i know the blurb says the yeast is already in the mix, but this works.
  5. This review is from : Bacheldre Watermill Rustic Crunch Bread Mix 16 kg

    I bought this after a recommendation from a friend. I was a bit unsure about ordering because 16kg really is a lot of bread mix if you’re not that keen on it. As it turned out, the bread is absolutely delicious and very easy to make too as the mix seems very feisty. In fact, even with my teenaged son’s rather ‘unusual’ kneading technique it still rises beautifully. There are no instructions on the packet as to what quantities to use, oven settings etc which was slightly annoying as i didn’t want to waste any experimenting. However, this is what worked for me: 1kg bread mix to 550ml hand hot water. Knead for 5 mins (by hand), leave to rise for an hour then shape into 2 round loaves. Leave to rise for another hour (i bet it doesn’t actually need two risings but this is how i always make bread), heat the oven to 250c, pour in a small cup full of water and when the oven is filled with steam put the loaves in (cut the tops) and turn oven down to 180c and cook for about 40 mins.
  6. This review is from : Bacheldre Watermill Rustic Crunch Bread Mix 16 kg

    I bought this after a recommendation from a friend. I was a bit unsure about ordering because 16kg really is a lot of bread mix if you’re not that keen on it. As it turned out, the bread is absolutely delicious and very easy to make too as the mix seems very feisty. In fact, even with my teenaged son’s rather ‘unusual’ kneading technique it still rises beautifully. There are no instructions on the packet as to what quantities to use, oven settings etc which was slightly annoying as i didn’t want to waste any experimenting. However, this is what worked for me: 1kg bread mix to 550ml hand hot water. Knead for 5 mins (by hand), leave to rise for an hour then shape into 2 round loaves. Leave to rise for another hour (i bet it doesn’t actually need two risings but this is how i always make bread), heat the oven to 250c, pour in a small cup full of water and when the oven is filled with steam put the loaves in (cut the tops) and turn oven down to 180c and cook for about 40 mins.

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