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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6830343
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Mixed up a batch of gluten free dough and made a few pepperoni rolls tonite.

Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6830358
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K Snow......we need pics when itís finished !

Nice Guthooked .....what is a pepperoni roll....need a pic of that one !


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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6830399
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Here you go Ness.

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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6830402
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Whoa!!!! Nice one!

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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6830403
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Ness it's just dough with mozzarella, provolone and hot pepper cheese with pepperoni stuffed in mini bread loaves, I make up a batch and freeze em. I usually take em out hunting or fishing for a snack.

That gluten free dough is tough to work with.

Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: k snow] #6830412
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Originally Posted by k snow
Here you go Ness.

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Nice !! Looks great too


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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6830413
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Nice work, guthooked.

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Originally Posted by gutthooked
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Ness it's just dough with mozzarella, provolone and hot pepper cheese with pepperoni stuffed in mini bread loaves, I make up a batch and freeze em. I usually take em out hunting or fishing for a snack.

That gluten free dough is tough to work with.


Nice...that looks tasty !


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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: gutthooked] #6830472
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Like I said in the earlier post I made its just basic white bread like mom used to make, but it makes awesome toast! Great for dipping an over easy egg, or a peanut butter sandwich. smile

I may try something a little fancier next round. wink

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ADC.....nice looking loafs. You almost need sandwich bread..and the Crusty breads ,to be complete...lol


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Originally Posted by Nessmuck
ADC.....nice looking loafs. You almost need sandwich bread..and the Crusty breads ,to be complete...lol


Yep. Also if you rub a stick of butter on the top of the bread when its still warm you can shine up that floury crust. wink

Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6830622
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Those are good looking loaves there ADC. i have found they dont last too long around here with just the wife and i. Seems I am making bread every 4-5 days now. Once you taste the flavor of our homemade bread and the weight of it you loose interest in store bread.

Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: k snow] #6831239
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Originally Posted by k snow
Here you go Ness.

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Well.......How was it ? And will you be baking again ? I find it relaxing


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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6831252
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Ness, it was great. Tough, crisp crust, toothy interior.
The next loaf is proofing to be baked this evening.
I have plans to divide the recipe and make bread bowls for ham and potato soup on Tuesday.

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Got some Amish Sweet Bread...rising for an hour..undah the damp towel.


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Originally Posted by k snow
Ness, it was great. Tough, crisp crust, toothy interior.
The next loaf is proofing to be baked this evening.
I have plans to divide the recipe and make bread bowls for ham and potato soup on Tuesday.


You can multi task,while the dough is proofing.....Get on that Capote Cape !!..lol


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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6831298
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The last two batches I made was the sweet bread, it is very good. Still have one loaf left for this week. Then back to mixing again.

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Originally Posted by Bob Jameson
The last two batches I made was the sweet bread, it is very good. Still have one loaf left for this week. Then back to mixing again.


I find if you canít finish eating the bread with in a day or 2......Itís best to freeze. Day 3 itís not as good for sure. Maybe freeze slices...or 1/2 loafs.

Bob...what do you keep your bread wrapped in ?

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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6831484
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Just out of the Oven....smells good in here...


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Re: Gonnah try making bread... [Re: Nessmuck] #6831498
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Once sliced I cover the cut end with saran wrap to keep the moisture in the loaf and to prevent dry out. Then I put it in a 1.5 gal. large zip lock bag, press out excess air, fold it over tight then zip it shut. This is my routine for all fresh cut bread. It seems to hold well this way until it is all gone. No mold.

I use to refrigerate it but don't like the feel of the bread doing that method. I freeze extra loaves the same way. Wrap bread in saran wrap tightly and bag it then freeze.

That is good looking bread for sure. The sweet bread flavor is even better.

Interesting observation I have found. I always find when baking two loaves when done I have one loaf a bit larger each time then the other. I divide them evenly as is reasonable. I see yours appear to be the same one larger then the other.

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