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First Time Sandwich Bread!

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gijose

First Time Sandwich Bread!

Hey guys, I decided to try making sandwich bread, and the light wheat bread from BBA looked too good.  I substituted some regular milk for the powdered milk, and used sugar instead of honey.  I also divided the dough in half, even though the recipe is for "1 2-pound loaf" and they more than filled the 4.5"/8.5" pans.  And they came out looking and tasting great!


 




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tdapple

could you post the link to the recipe

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Marni

They do look good!  Thanks for sharing the photos.


Marni

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100percentwholegrain

I love it when new recipes work so well!  Here's a fun and kinda special recipe you might like to try - I've had great success with it, and it's easy, too.


Click here for the recipe: whole wheat bread


Are you having sandwiches for lunch? Or maybe brunch, it looks so good :)

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gijose

I slapped some peanut butter and jelly on them, and they were quite good.  Fresh out of the oven the crust was still nice and hard, but I figure a few days in plastic will soften the crust a bit, and already today, the crust was softer on my sandwiches.


 


anyways, the recipe i got from Peter Rheinhart's Bread Baker's Apprentice, I don't know the rules about copying the recipe from the book and posting it...

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Stephmo

There was a discussion on the site:


http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/2161/posting-recipes-books


It seems to be that if you credit the source, and that it's not an attempt to repint an entire book you're okay (author rant at the end notwithstanding).  I've done a few in the author blogs and have even had a rep from KAF say that it's okay as long as I've said that it came from them.


Worst case?  They'll ask to have the recipe removed.  :)