oznek , 1 years ago
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Valerie411 , 1 years agoHave made this recipe a few times and comes out great each time!! I few adjustments I've made for a healthier version: substitute half the flour for whole wheat and add about 1/4 c flax seed
Feliciaskitchen , 1 years ago
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loriebutton2 , 1 years agoLooks basic
MauraSpeckt , 1 years ago
nozer , 1 years ago
overjinx , 1 years agoIt turned out sorta doughy. Maybe i should have baked it longer, but I don't know...the crust was getting pretty dark.
Raeglan , 1 years agoVery good. Worth trying
anjlivestock , 1 years agoYummy. Very good. On the menu every week.
emily1212 , 1 years agomade this as a gluten free loaf. turned out really well! smells weird but tastes great! it turned out as a heavier loaf
hollyloveland , 1 years agoThe kids thought it was good & enjoys the homemade bread baking in the oven smell.
jTetzlaff83 , 1 years ago
Chance_2 , 1 years agoSuper easy! I used Red Star yeast and about 4 Cups Red Mill's whole wheat baking flour( may scale that back a bit as it seemed kind of powdery). I added garlic powder and Italian seasoning and brushed melted butter over the bread withing the last few minutes of baking to add a little crisp.
payalrose , 1 years ago
Hsmith1984 , 1 years agoJust made this bread to go with dinner tonight. All and all it was a pretty easy recipe asks it tastes good as well. I agree that its a little dense but we don't mind.
Mcook67 , 1 years agoCan anyone tell me what brand of flower to use?
Loular68 , 1 years agoFirst time ever making bread. Have to say it turned out VERY well. The whole family loved it and loaf #1 was gone with in the hour. LOL Nice and simple recipe. I knead (pun there) to work on some of my basic skills but I am sure this recipe will be a keeper in my book. Lou