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troubleinwinter Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-31-09 11:29 PM
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19. That sure is interesting
Same dough, but different baking set-ups. The roasting pan bread has a prettier looking crust.
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  -I am sooooo addicted (mixing no-knead recipes and techniques - results inside) Lucinda  Jan-31-09 06:43 PM   #0 
  - They both look equally good.  hippywife   Jan-31-09 06:49 PM   #1 
  - LOL...if our hips are lucky we will!  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 06:55 PM   #2 
  - I was right. Thinner crust but very crispy. The interior  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 06:57 PM   #3 
  - Glad it turned out so well.  hippywife   Jan-31-09 07:06 PM   #4 
     - I prefer whole wheat or rye, or pumpernickle. Bill is a white bread boy all the way.  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 07:10 PM   #5 
        - Then he should be  hippywife   Jan-31-09 07:13 PM   #6 
           - Yup. Chili, bread and email pizza.  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 07:25 PM   #7 
              - Mine is in my kitchen as we speak.  hippywife   Jan-31-09 07:28 PM   #8 
                 - My Bill is an excellent cook, but he's also the messiest cook I've ever seen.  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 07:32 PM   #9 
                    - OMG!  hippywife   Jan-31-09 07:37 PM   #10 
                       - Yep. I was thinking the same thing until you mentioned that yours loved wheat breads.  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 07:41 PM   #11 
                          - Well, now I gotta go make him  hippywife   Jan-31-09 08:01 PM   #12 
                             - You too!  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 08:22 PM   #13 
  - mine from tonight using the stone and water method  NMDemDist2   Jan-31-09 09:51 PM   #14 
  - Those look great! And your dough is gorgeous. Look at all those bubbles!  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 10:20 PM   #15 
     - I buy this stuff and keep it in the freezer up to a year in a ziplock bag  NMDemDist2   Jan-31-09 10:26 PM   #16 
        - Thanks! I'd seen SAF mentioned but had never talked to anyone who used it.  Lucinda   Jan-31-09 11:09 PM   #17 
           - Harris Teeter is the only outlet in TN  NMDemDist2   Jan-31-09 11:19 PM   #18 
              - That would be about a 6 hour drive! I'll look online. :)  Lucinda   Feb-01-09 01:20 AM   #21 
  - That sure is interesting  troubleinwinter   Jan-31-09 11:29 PM   #19 
  - Yep. I thought so too. And it's still crispy, but easier to eat.  Lucinda   Feb-01-09 01:22 AM   #22 
  - I'm drooling here.  Lugnut   Feb-01-09 12:24 AM   #20 
     - It is soo easy and seems to be very tweakable. I havent had a bad loaf yet.  Lucinda   Feb-01-09 01:24 AM   #23 
 

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