Since this has been moved to the recipes section, I will post my bread-making notes here. I checked the recipe you used - VERY similar to mine, except that one is a 1.5 lb loaf and mine is 1 lb.
I combined several recipes to come up with mine ... the best part is that the "2.5 cups of flour" could be any mixture of flours - though so far I have always used more than half wheat flour. I had fun experimenting with different ratios of other flours, which should work for your recipe as well (3 cups total +1/3 cup wheat bran). Here is one of my successful attempts below:
Multi-grain bread - makes 1-pound loaf.
1 cup warm water
2.5 cups flour - whole wheat and a mixture of any others (I did 1.5 c. white whole wheat flour, 0.5 c. oat flour, 0.25 c. flax meal and 0.125 [1/8] cup each of wheat bran and oat bran)
1.5 teaspoons canola oil
2 Tablespoons molasses [maybe not necessary? this was too sweet... could substitute other sweetener of choice]
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 Tablespoon dried milk [maybe not necessary?]
1.5 Tablespoons gluten
1.5 teaspoons yeast
OPTIONAL: 1 Tablespoon each of sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and sesame seeds - also could add chopped walnuts or other nuts, etc. [I added walnuts (YUM) and I thought the flax seeds should not be included (too crunchy). Sunflower seeds are an awesome addition, so is pumpkin. The sesame seeds get really lost unless you just sprinkle them on top during the final rise.]
1 lb loaf, whole wheat cycle, medium crust.
I would like to try mixing in other flours - spelt, quinoa, buckwheat maybe... Unfortunately I have to give up bread for a while. I'll post more if/when I get back to baking.