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Delicious 100 % rye bread – more questions answered

Delicious 100 % rye bread – more questions answered

Posted on 24. Jul, 2017 by .

Recently a reader tried (and loved) the 100% rye recipe on the website and sent me a few questions.  They are great questions, so I thought I would answer them here. 1) Should I buy a 1lb tin, or just double up the quantities next time to adapt to my 2lb tin? You can just […]

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Great recipe for sourdough bagels

Great recipe for sourdough bagels

Posted on 26. Jan, 2016 by .

Always remember that yeast was "invented" so we could actually hold it in our hands in the mid 1800s.  Yet, we have been baking for about 10,000 years (give or take a few).  So, before 1850 and, really before the second world war, all bread was made with a sourdough culture.  Variously called the "mother", […]

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Easy rye bread recipes

Easy rye bread recipes

Posted on 05. Nov, 2015 by .

It's fantastic that more and more people are becoming hip to rye bread.  Rye is tasty, good for you, provides a welcome alternative to wheat bread, and compliments certain food (smoked meat and fish, strong cheese) really well. The great thing is that baking with rye is really easy. There are a few characteristics of […]

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Is there a recipe for chocolate bread?

Is there a recipe for chocolate bread?

Posted on 18. Oct, 2015 by .

Oh yes it is and here is a simple recipe for chocolate bread in one of its many forms.  I am not sure what this little bun should be called.  Is this a recipe for a chocolate babka?  Or is it a recipe for a chocolate bullar (like the kanelbuller but with chocolate) or is […]

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How do I get holes in my artisan bread

How do I get holes in my artisan bread

Posted on 07. Jul, 2015 by .

Holes are the holy grail of bread making for many and yet those pesky holes can be elusive.  There are various techniques you can follow to get the holes in your bread and in this post we will discuss your options. The five consistently necessary parts of achieving holes in your artisan bread are: 1. […]

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