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As the recipient, I concur! It was as yummy as it looks!ReplyDelete
I have to say I LOVE your bread. I make it all kinds of ways - my favorite is with about 8 minced garlic cloves thrown in. I also use a bread maker for the kneading part and it works like a charm!ReplyDelete
I LOVE your bread and add all sorts of things to it. My favorite is to add about 8 cloves of minced garlic to it with a couple tbsp of hemp seed - awesome! I use the whole wheat white flour and I also use a bread maker for the kneading part. My favorite bread in the world!ReplyDelete
Thanks Laura. I would love to hear what you use as well as the minced garlic and hemp seed. My bread is tasting so good these days my brother wants me to sell it. I've also been putting poppy seeds on the top right before baking. I take the preheated pan out of the oven, put the dough in, spray it with a mist of water and sprinkle on the poppy seeds (or chia seeds). Cover the pan and bake as usual. I don't know what's happening to my starter, but the bread tastes better now than it ever did. Perhaps moving to the beach has changed the starter....they say San Francisco breads are unique because of the ocean so maybe mine as well?ReplyDelete