I used to bake crusty artisan bread for pay, so I know plenty about the ways of wheat and yeast, but I'm having trouble coming up with the proportions for a nice foolproof sandwich bread. My top priorities are for it to be delicious and easy to bake: I have no qualms about adding wheat gluten, soymilk, sweeteners, or fat, whatever it takes to make a nice squishy WW sandwich bread. I've been experimenting with Mark Bittman's idea to add 2 T wheat gluten to any bread recipe you want to convert to whole wheat but I'm having trouble adjusting the liquid amounts. And last night I tried Crescent Dragonwagon's hand-kneaded recipe (in the food processor) but the three long rises were way too much for it and by the time I got it into the oven it flopped and came out dense and bricky (plus it took way too lo. In other words, I can experiment but if someone else has a foolproof recipe for a vegan 100% whole-wheat sandwich bread I can make in the food processor I would happily go with that instead.
Thanks in advance!