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    Saturday is sourdough bread day.



    This stuff is better than.....well, almost.

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    Bread pron!
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    Fresh baked bread is incredible.

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    now, that is a beautiful loaf.
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    Bee-yoo-ti-full!
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    Tastes as good as it looks, no....better. I can only make sourdough on Saturdays because of time constraints.
    If I bake bread during the week, it's regular yeast bread or egg bread (sort of a challah). My daughter in law, Mrs. Knyfenerd, has an addictive attraction to the egg bread.
    I wonder if I should post recipes... Most of you pro chefs probably don't have time to do any home baking.

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    I'd love to see the recipe, is it no-knead bread?, and specially the vessel you used.

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    Recipes for sure!


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    One of my late grandfather's "things" was baking white/sourdough bread at home, and he always had several loaves ready when any of us went to visit. The last time I saw him before he passed away, he sent me home (Florida back to the Bay Area) with a miniature loaf, which I can still taste in my mind. I called my grandmother some time after he was gone and asked her for his "famous" recipe, assuming (naturally) that it would be written down. It wasn't! All she could say was that he used "simple" ingredients and did it all from memory. Devastating! Since then, I've been "collecting" bread recipes in the hopes that, with practice and experimentation, I will someday be able to recreate the taste I remember. So please, post the recipe and I'll add it to my files!

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    So, no recipe?

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