So, like many of us, I am trying to move towards more natural ways of eatting, living, and growing. I found a wonderful bread recipe that I have been working on. The first time, it did not raise as high as I wanted it to, but did rise. The second time, it was much too cold in my house (I don't really run the central air unless I am just freezing or burning up), and after some reasearch, I learned that could have been the reason for my bread to raise a little and then fall... This time, my third attempt, I finally realized that I am also not putting enough yeast in the mix...so, in the second stage where other ingredients are added, I went ahead and proofed a little more yeast, and folded it into the dough...will it affect how my bread turns out? Okay, apparently, it did not make that much difference for me to add yeast after I had already let the dough rise once. It's a basic honey wheat bread recipe, but I added barley, qinoa, flax seed, and amarenth grain. How exciting! My whole house smells like fresh baked bread! yummy!