Honey Oat Buttermilk Bread (Jackie Original)

When the buttermilk keeps piling up, might as well create a new recipe.  I just adapted our staple bread and came up with this.

Honey Oat Buttermilk Bread

 ¼ C. warm water with 1 tsp sugar and 1 TBSP yeast
2 C. warmed buttermilk
¼ C. honey
1 tsp.  salt
 2 TBSP gluten
2 C. oats
3-4  C. white flour

2 T butter.
1 tsp honey
oats to sprinkle

Wisk water, sugar and yeast with fork.  Let set 5 min.  Add honey, salt.  Add gluten and oats.  Add the remaining flour one cup at a time (amount changes depending on humidity).  Knead for 8 min. 

Spray a large bowl with cooking spray.  Put dough in bowl, then turn over (so top of dough is covered with cooking spray).  Dampen cheese cloth and put over bowl.  Let rise in warm place for one hour.  Bang bowl to punch down.

Separate dough in half (this recipe makes 2 loaves).   Place in greased loaf pans.  Let rise for 1/2 hour. 

Mix honey and melted butter. Brush on top of loaves with pastry brush. Sprinkle oats0

350 for 30 min. Turn out of pans immediately onto wire racks to let cool.

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