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bread pictorial

Today was bread day again, and I remembered to photograph the steps.

hot water, sugar, salt, and oil

hot water, sugar, salt, and oil

with 2 cups of flour mixed in

with 2 cups of flour mixed in

I added 4 Tbls of wheat germ and 1 Tbl of gluten this time around

I added 4 Tbls of wheat germ and 1 Tbl of gluten this time around

I only used 1.5 Tbls of yeast this time around.

I only used 1.5 Tbls of yeast this time around.

adding the yeast.

adding the yeast.

after adding 2 more cups of flour and mixing well

after adding 2 more cups of flour and mixing well

and 2 MORE cups added in....

and 2 MORE cups added in....

dumped onto the counter to begin kneading and working in as much of the remaining 1 cup of flour as needed.

dumped onto the counter to begin kneading and working in as much of the remaining 1 cup of flour as needed.

about 10 minutes and 3/4 cup flour later

about 10 minutes and 3/4 cup flour later

ready to rise

ready to rise

about 45 minutes later

about 45 minutes later

ready for one last rise

ready for one last rise

about 15 minutes later

about 15 minutes later

DONE!  You can tell that the loaf ont he left is a bit more brown.  That is the one that baked in the glass pan.

DONE! You can tell that the loaf ont he left is a bit more brown. That is the one that baked in the glass pan.

he's hot!

he's hot!

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One response »

  1. dang that bread looks yummy! i still use your old recipe you gave me a while ago, made in the cast iron skillet (flatbread, i am using spelt and cornmeal currently) hot kitty! Drew told me it was hot there, it is hot here too (FL) but we are always in the water, it makes a difference for sure. hope to see you when i get back home!

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