Can I substitute wheat bran for the wheat germ? Or would it be better to leave it out? I burnt it while trying to toast it. Also do I really not need to soak the active dry yeast in water first?
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Yes you can substitute wheat barn for wheat germ. You do need to soak the yeast in warm water - it helps activate the yeast
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