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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    Do Graham crackers count as bread?????

    I am following a recipe from the paper and this doesn't seem like much.
    Hey, we need an after pic also, curious minds and all
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    Do Graham crackers count as bread?????

    I am following a recipe from the paper and this doesn't seem like much.
    Any chance of posting the recipe? That might be of some help determining--------
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    They are in the oven now. I don't know if I rolled them thin enough???

    And they are not very square! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    They are in the oven now. I don't know if I rolled them thin enough???

    And they are not very square! LOL
    Looking forward to seeing the results AND for a taste test review--
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    A fair amount of work for the results.

    My wife says they are similar to a sugar cookie but crunchier.

    they would not fit in a box!
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    ThermoWorks sent this out and I thought I'd share. I'll see if I can figure out how to transfer the charts to Word so I can save them.

    https://blog.thermoworks.com/bread/b...Jan2021-DOT-cs
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    This link is to the lady who I got the German Mustard Recipes from. In the past if I wanted a braided bread I did the three strand thing. Here she shows something a bit different.

    I thought that some of you guys who like more fancy looking loaves would enjoy seeing the method.

    To just watch the braiding jump in to 7:00 in.

    I hope all will enjoy.

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    I really like the no-knead recipes, but found the use if a dutch oven for baking a tad awkward. Dropping the dough into a preheated cast iron dutch oven was always an adventure.

    I recently bought a 3-quart cast iron dutch oven and shallow skillet/cover combination that turns out to be perfect - and no burn marks on my forearms!
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    Here’s the result of a 50% whole wheat load with pumpkin seed and cranberry.
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    Made my first sourdough bread, turned out okay but happy with my first go round. Was not picture worthy haha but maybe next week, big thanks to Boz for giving me some nice sourdough starter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian1 View Post
    Made my first sourdough bread, turned out okay but happy with my first go round. Was not picture worthy haha but maybe next week, big thanks to Boz for giving me some nice sourdough starter
    I was cleaning out photos yesterday and saw a flat little loaf of sour dough. I have no idea what prompted me to take a picture of it, but it was clearly one of my first ones.

    As long as it tastes good, though, who cares what it looks like.
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