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Thread: Storing Home-made Bread

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    I like the King Arthur flours also. I've recently started making bread by hand, and it's a bad habit for me to form. It tastes wonderful and I tend to eat 2 days worth of it when it's fresh...yummm. Good. I have a very simple recipe from my grand daughter if anyone is interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Momo View Post
    I like the King Arthur flours also. I've recently started making bread by hand, and it's a bad habit for me to form. It tastes wonderful and I tend to eat 2 days worth of it when it's fresh...yummm. Good. I have a very simple recipe from my grand daughter if anyone is interested.
    I would appreciate your sharing the recipe with me. Thanks.

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    Here is the bread recipe Sharon. I like "sharin" it.

    Rachael’s Bread Recipe

    2 ˝ Cups warm/hot water
    1 Tbs salt
    2 Tbs sugar
    1 Tbs oil
    2 Tbs yeast
    6 Cups Bread flour
    Mix all ingredients together. Knead until smooth or for 5 minutes. Cover and let rise for 1 hour. Separate and roll into loaves. Put on pan and let rise for 15 minutes. Bake in 400 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes.

    I made ˝ of this recipe since I love it fresh, I get to make it more often than if I made the whole recipe. Let me know if you like it. I don't know where Rachael got the recipe, so I just call it hers. She is my beautiful 19 year old grand daughter.
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    I copied cause it sounds so much quicker than others..the 15-20 min to bake. Usually I use a bread maker, but sometimes it fails and you don' really know until it comes out of the pan. Thx for sharing.

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    You are all welcome for Rachaels' bread recipe. It is quick and easy. The best part is that it is so delicious. Slathered with some good butter, it is a meal in itself for me. Enjoy and many blessins.

    Agree with you about the bread maker. Mine fails as often as not which is frustrating, not to mention embarrassing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Momo View Post
    Here is the bread recipe Sharon. I like "sharin" it.

    Rachael’s Bread Recipe

    2 ˝ Cups warm/hot water
    1 Tbs salt
    2 Tbs sugar
    1 Tbs oil
    2 Tbs yeast
    6 Cups Bread flour
    Mix all ingredients together. Knead until smooth or for 5 minutes. Cover and let rise for 1 hour. Separate and roll into loaves. Put on pan and let rise for 15 minutes. Bake in 400 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes.

    I made ˝ of this recipe since I love it fresh, I get to make it more often than if I made the whole recipe. Let me know if you like it. I don't know where Rachael got the recipe, so I just call it hers. She is my beautiful 19 year old grand daughter.
    I baked a loaf from this recipe yesterday. I did as you suggested....make one loaf..........did good until I got to the oil and forgot to HALVE it, so dough was pretty sticky; so had to add more flour but it turned out GREAT and TASTY anyway. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Definitely will do it again and AGAIN. I DID use the bread machine for the kneading, resting and kneading (45 minutes) then took it out and put it in a loaf pan to rise and bake. We don't like to bake the bread in the machine...too tough!!!

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    Glad it turned out good for you. It's the simplest bread recipe I have ever made. Keep on sharin if you find a need to. I'm sure Rachael won't mind. She's a sweet kind GD who loves cooking.


    Quote Originally Posted by sharin'Sharon View Post
    I baked a loaf from this recipe yesterday. I did as you suggested....make one loaf..........did good until I got to the oil and forgot to HALVE it, so dough was pretty sticky; so had to add more flour but it turned out GREAT and TASTY anyway. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Definitely will do it again and AGAIN. I DID use the bread machine for the kneading, resting and kneading (45 minutes) then took it out and put it in a loaf pan to rise and bake. We don't like to bake the bread in the machine...too tough!!!
    Abiding in the Vine

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