No loaf pan? No problem! You can bake this wonderful, chewy easy one-bowl bread in an oven-safe dish. There’s also no need to proof your yeast — it’s added right in with the other ingredients, which are mixed with lukewarm water to activate the yeast.
The recipe calls for all-purpose white and white whole wheat flours, but feel free to play around with your own substitutions. There are some rules for substituting flours in bread recipes; this article from Epicurious is a great reference to learn more.
A note about rising: bread dough should be in a warm place to rise properly. One way to create a nice warm place for your bread dough is to turn your oven on to the lowest temperature for 2 minutes and then turn it off (be sure not to leave it on!). Place your covered bowl of dough in the oven and leave the oven door slightly open.