I've been making a lot of bread lately, usually Roller's recipe. I had such good results that I thought I would try something different I found a recipe for quinoa whole wheat bread that sounded good and had a lot of positive reviews, so I thought I'd give it a shot. I found all the necessary ingredient in my wife's pantry except vital wheat gluten, which I wanted to get any way, so I picked some up. Everything went well, except the dough took a really long time to rise, but that didn't concern me. It was 8:00 by the time the bread came out of the oven and it smelled great. I cut myself a slice and covered it with butter. I tore it in half and shared it with the wife, pulled off a small piece and tossed it to the Pug. I bit into it and after a few second I new something was terribly wrong. My wife yelled "Oh, God!" and ran for the nearest trash can. "What did you do?!". I got up this morning to find the house covered in dog vomit. I did some investigating, starting with the wheat flour. It smelled funny, but I didn't really know what is is supposed to smell like. I hand it to my wife for her opinion. "You idiot! Don't you know rancid flour when you Smell it?". I do now. Bread is in the garbage, I'm afraid to even feed it to the chickens. The pug is feeling much better now. Determined not have to buy bread for my lunch this week, I'm right back on the horse. I have a loaf King' Arthur's Classic White proofing in the kitchen. My wife was more than happy to check on the freshness of the ingredients for me. Lesson learned.