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MamaHen

New here too

Hello all!  I am rather new here too.  I joined a couple months ago, and then lost the link.  But now I have it saved so I can visit regularly.

 I love to bake, especially breads, and with the weather getting cooler here, it has really motivated me to get the oven going.  I bake all of our breads (normal every day bread) but I also like to experiment with other things, make up recipes and such.  I look forward to participating here and learning from others with more experience in the bread world.

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dmsnyder

Hi, MomaHen.

Welcome to TFL!


David

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Eli

Welcome, this is a great place to share and learn!

Eli

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mkelly27

Another hiker who bakes, or another baker who hikes?  I can never get that straight.

Where do you hail from?

Me? Mich.

Mike

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MamaHen

I hail from North Carolina.  I grew up in Wisconsin, but hubby's job brought us here to NC.

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gaffer

New member

Not sure I have done this right. Want to know how high altitude affects the whole process (time, yeast)

etc.

Thanks--Gaffer

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Soundman

MamaHen, Welcome to TFL! This is a great site. I look forward to seeing your baking creations and learning from you.

Gaffer,

Here's a thread you may find helpful on high-altitude baking:

http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/5699/newbie-here-denver-question

Soundman (David)

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gaffer

Thank you for web sight, it was helpful, I'll try to send you a photo of my first loaf

Bill Gaffney