Yes I know this is basically just like bread rolls but I had been reluctant to try a loaf as it says somewhere here that a loaf of bread is not easy to cook through because of the liquid levels. However, I was craving a bacon sarnie, not a roll so I made a small loaf in a 15cm x 9cm x 9cm tin, cooked for 25 minutes and it came out great. Just finished that bacon sarnie so thought I would let you folks know. Next to try are american pancakes. 250g ultra fine fibre flour 1 tbs butter 185 ml warm water 1 tsp inulin or honey 8g yeast pinch of salt 1. Place water inulin or honey and yeast in a bowl. Allow to proof for about 10 minutes in a warm place. I put it in the oven which has been pre heated to 1/4 gas mark then turn it off. 2. When really frothy add to flour, salt and butter and knead for 5 - 10 minutes 3. Drop into loaf tin and proof for 45 mins to an hour. Bake 210 degrees C or gas mark 6 for 20 to 25 minutes. For the last 5 minutes remove the loaf from the tin and bake.