Bread directions w/photos

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Bread directions w/photos
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Sun, 11-16-2003 - 11:16pm
Hey ~ Way to go to all of you making bread for the first time!!!! It's not an easy thing to get the hang of, so be proud of yourselves......I know I am!!

At my recipes site, I have added a "How-To" page with the directions, photos and tips. Right now, it's for the bread. (as I made bread last week, hubby took pics of each phase, and there's even a pic of my daughter kneading the dough!)

http://pages.ivillage.com/eastcoast_navy/id10.html

Just thought I would let you all know, in case anyone was curious!

~Carrie

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Registered: 03-27-2003
Mon, 11-17-2003 - 12:29am

Thanks Carrie for the bread tips and photos...pictures Really help me to know what I should be looking for when doing something new.

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Registered: 07-23-2003
Mon, 11-17-2003 - 7:19am
Thanks for taking care of us Carrie.
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Mon, 11-17-2003 - 7:34am

Carrie,


Loved your pictures.

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Mon, 11-17-2003 - 9:03am
Glad everyone liked it!!

Tracy ~ It may have been too warm in the bathroom, next time try the room without the heat. For rising, it takes roughly an hour for each cycle. If you move on to the next step too early, there isn't enough air in dough, and may be doughy or chewy and not be fully baked when all is said and done. (I noticed in another post that you said yours wasn't completely baked)

Hope all this helps!!

~Carrie


Edited 11/17/2003 9:06:52 AM ET by suitemadameblue