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sari's picture
sari

started a recipe, accidentally closed browser, now what?

was using a recipe (from this site I think, I browsed many) and came across a nice detailed one with lots of photos explaning first rise, second rise, poke test, oiling bowl, cutting (semi ugly cuts with box cutter), using upside down Tupperware over 2 loaves of bread...

 

anyway, I think I used a cup of starter, 3 cups of flour and a cup and a half of water. It has been rising all day, but I can't find the recipe. Hoping someone recognizes it and can point me in the right direction.

thanks for your help! I am new at this!

sari's picture
sari

Haven't figured a way to search browsing history on Lumia 920, so don't think that's an option.

Mini Oven's picture
Mini Oven

you can remember into the site search.  Think back on some of the exact words used.  Good luck!  We have hundreds of recipes in here floating around.  The more detail you can remember the better. 

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Dragonbones

That's okay, just wing it and have fun with it! LOL

sari's picture
sari

Ended up adding another two cups of flour last night (may have kneaded too much) and let rise again overnight on the counter.  Cooked at 425F for 35 mins. 


The bread ended up fairly dense with a crispy crust and soft center.  Not very sour, but still quite tasty.

 

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sari's picture
sari

Good tip Mini, but I'm more visual.  I couldn't remember exact phrasing for anything.  I have to either know the science to be able to re-derive a formula, or I have to have a good mental image of the process.

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Mini Oven

don't know how to do it yet, but that might be helpful...  Floyd?

mrfrost's picture
mrfrost

"How to use Google to search within a specific website"

Includes image results also. Although in this case, don't know if enough info is given to be of much use.

Maybe "tupperware" if that term was actually used in the thread/post. Other useful cues: member name of op, etc.

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mrfrost

Before this gets too far in the past, try using the browser "History" feature. For Firefox browser, I find the process very easy and intuitive. Not so sure how to do it with Internet Explorer.

For Firefox, just click on the "History" tab at the top of the browser, then select the appropriate options.

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sari

Thanks Mrfrost... there is not a truly searchable browser history on the Lumia 920 windows phone (that I have discovered yet).  I even searched the windows forums to try and figure out how to access it, without luck.  Anyway, learned my lesson, I will pin or bookmark future recipes :) 

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mrfrost

Ok.  Missed that this was on a phone.