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Comments on Bake My Day!: Bread for dummies? Bread around the world





Updated: 2017-11-23T13:10:31.827+01:00

 



This bread looks really fantastic :)I'm gonna ...

2011-01-17T10:10:07.500+01:00

This bread looks really fantastic :)I'm gonna try to make one of this, thanks for sharing :)



I have made no-knead bread about fifteen times. I...

2009-06-29T20:30:18.765+02:00

I have made no-knead bread about fifteen times.

I never had a failure and the recipe has evolved to suit our tastes.

The latest incarnation has garlic, walnuts and olives. Three cups of Gold Medal better for bread flour and one cup of Wheat Montana WW flour.

I'll send an image and method if you wish.

Barry



Good Job! :)

2008-07-10T10:52:00.000+02:00

Good Job! :)



Hola, the wonder-bread has reached Spain too... I ...

2006-12-11T19:06:00.000+01:00

Hola, the wonder-bread has reached Spain too... I started yesterday night, after reading the NYT article and today we sampled the first bread that I think really cannot be praised enough... It's like I am back in the Ardeche... nice crust, airy inside, but not too big a holes... I used 430 gr flour (very ordinary one mixed with 1/4 soja/whole) with 2,5 cups of water and I am very, very satisfied... I don't think the baker's shop will see much of me in the future, except for buying their soja mix flour...



nire an airy

2006-11-16T16:40:00.000+01:00

nire an airy



Hi Karen, I've already placed the photot's on my b...

2006-11-14T09:16:00.000+01:00

Hi Karen, I've already placed the photot's on my blog to see. It turned out quite well!



It's wonderful, Karen!I have to try it but I don't...

2006-11-14T06:02:00.000+01:00

It's wonderful, Karen!

I have to try it but I don't have a container to make it in!



Well, a lovely post after all those emails last ni...

2006-11-12T22:55:00.000+01:00

Well, a lovely post after all those emails last night!! And the weiner roast was lovely although the grilled salmon was much better (even though the grill ran out of gas and we had to sramble to change propane tanks)! I will try this bread recipe soon -- I promise! Maybe Angelika and I will have a bake off!!



That sounds fun! I don't have a romertopf, but I a...

2006-11-12T18:42:00.000+01:00

That sounds fun! I don't have a romertopf, but I am in the market for a le creuset casserole, which I imagine would work well too.

I wonder if you could use Dan Lepard's oil instead of flour thing to counter the sticking to the teatowel thing?

I have to try this as soon as I have the right kind of pan.



Oh you are all driving me crazy with this bread to...

2006-11-12T16:27:00.000+01:00

Oh you are all driving me crazy with this bread today. Nothing but no-knead bread this Sunday. Ok, I admit that I am simply jealous that you have not invited me to join in the fun. But maybe it's because you know that I am toooo organized to start such an adventure right away ;-) But I will pay you back and make one as soon as possible. Then I will learn from all your experiences, hehehe. I have not heard anything from Sue for two days which has not been the case for months. I think she has fled somewhere in order not to have to no-knead bread. Hope that everything is fine with her though. So - what ? The breaad is gone already ? So how about baking a new one ???

Much Love from angelika



This really has been a lot of fun. The article did...

2006-11-12T14:43:00.000+01:00

This really has been a lot of fun.
The article did say that the fellow who came up with the recipe encourages a casual attitute...and that the bread is forgiving, which really makes it perfect for home baking.
In retrospect, my dough did some spreading too, but since my cooking pot and bread were oval, I didn't really notice .I think it's delicious.
I'm waiting to see everyone's photos.



He, he, he...Your are just so very good Baking Sod...

2006-11-12T14:28:00.000+01:00

He, he, he...Your are just so very good Baking Soda! Beautiful write up and obviously the bread had to be really good when it's going like that. I think I forgot to say in my post I did very lightly dust my pan with some flour and corn meal and it acted like it was going to burn but didn't really. I'll go back and put that in if I left it out and a link to sixty-five which I missed I know.
And folks, Baking Soda's bread looks really beautiful, thanks to the marvel of the internet, I've seen it.



I have another batch in the works as of yesterday,...

2006-11-12T13:57:00.000+01:00

I have another batch in the works as of yesterday, starting with a firmer dough, as in the video. I am quite confident that the results will be even better this time. Thanks for the link!