I've just used the recipe above to make THE most delicious 'posh' bread. It's the recipe I always use for my breads but with the added nuts and mixed seeds.
I did half amounts to make a 1 bl loaf and it's just as well really because I'm eating it like it's the last loaf on earth.
The halved amounts are:
250g strong wholemeal flour
half tsp fast acting yeast
half tsp each of salt and sugar
a splash of oil
175 mls warm water
45g chopped walnuts and 30g mixed seeds (it looks quite a lot but it is just right)
The method is as in the link except that I cheated and used Thermione fr the kneading and the knocking back.
It's so scrummy I can't stop going at it . . . which rather defeats the frugality of it all but never mind.
The basic loaf is very frugal anyway and while the additions take it out of extreme frugality, when you think of what you have to pay for a loaf of that type and quality, it's extremely good value.
Next time I will use half and half wholemeal and granary.