BBA Challenge is light wheat bread. The whole wheat flour only accounts for 33%of the total flour, so it's not most whole grain of wheat breads, but it's a great bread in the middle between white and all whole grain.
This recipe calls for powdered milk. I used to always have powdered milk on hand because I don't drink milk. I hate it. I always have. I used to take my milk with me to the bathroom during dinner and pour it down the sink. For some reason my parents let me believe I was pulling one over on them when I'd say, "I'll finish my milk in the bathroom." For years I'd always use powdered milk in lieu of milk in recipes. But, then I had kids. Now, I buy whole milk two gallons at a time. I just couldn't bring myself to buy powdered milk again (especially when I couldn't get a small box) so instead I used 1 1/2 Tbs of real milk and just adjusted the water a bit as I added it.
The bread is delicious. It's soft and simple and yet dense and chewy. I will be making it again. In fact, I'm going to go get another piece and smear it with butter for my dessert tonight.