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Can some one help?

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New to the site

September 6, 2011 - 10:19am -- magicbus

Hi all, love this site, found it by chance.

I live in Dublin Ireland, I am a married man with 2 teenage daughters, I have been cooking homemade pizza for nearly 3 years now, and I love it, I love it when the family say, "YES" I can smell dad's pizza, they seem to really love them, they never leave a slice.

Can somebody please help answer some questions I have.

The recipes on this site say "a cup of this" "a cup or that", I have not tried to cook like this yet. I have to use Pounds and grams. How will I get around this problem?

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Help

August 11, 2010 - 1:59pm -- Przytulanka
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I just have removed my bread  from the oven. I baked in Romertopf for the first time. I oiled the pot  but I can`t remove the bread from the pot . Could anyone advise me in this matter? I would be grateful . I baked another one in  cheap oven safe pot and I removed the bread easily.


 

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hank dearborn

sometimes the loaves don't rise correctly and have several rough splits on top...and aren't worth keeping

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Bread machines

February 10, 2010 - 12:03pm -- a.s.prior

Hello im a new user just started making bread. Im a student and as part of our project we have been asked by a company called kenwood to improve and re-design a bread machine i was wondering if anyone had ever had any problems with a bread machine or has any tips or anything to do with them tbh would help. Any problems you could share would be a huge help thank you.

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First time question about Nourishing Traditions Sourdough Starter

February 2, 2010 - 10:09pm -- aclovell

I realize I probably need to toss what I did today and start over.


 


But before I do, I thought I would check with this group.


 


I was trying to make the starter from Nourishing Traditions.  On the first day, she wants you to grind 2 C. of rye flour, which I did.  However, I ground 2 C. of rye, which made a lot more than 2 C. of flour.  I used it anyway (so I'm actually not sure how much flour I used, maybe 4 C?), and instead of addingthe 2 C. of water called for, I ended up using 4 C. to make it "soupy" as she described.

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Sandwich bread

October 10, 2008 - 12:46pm -- lrnardi
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Hello,

I am sort of a novice maker, I am trying to make all of my bread at home for all our needs. I am having problems with my sandwich bread which always comes out with a huge crack in the sides. I have tried to proof first, I have tried baking with a pan of water in the oven at the same time. I have tried staggering the pans.

Can anyone suggest something? The bread tases ok, but looks and cuts bad.

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