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    Default Baking bread?

    Does anyone regularly bake their own bread without a bread maker?? Do you have a fool proof recipe?
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    I bake it without a bread maker most of the time, but the recipe is far from fool proof so I mainly use the Easy Baker mix. I find it to be the best mix. Otherwise I make a pumpkin loaf, but still working on the recipe.

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    I have made bread only a few times before so don't have a foolproof recipe, just a tip though you'll have much more success if you get the strong brand bread flour.

    Google garlic spiral loaf if you are looking for something yummy, it goes great with pumpkin soup

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    We've just harvested pumpkins from our vine and after having roasted some I was at a loss as to what to do with the orhers. Thanks for the ideas ladies! Pumpkin loaf and pumkpin soup now on the menu. I'd never thought of making my own pumpkin bread. Yay.

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    I have made bread quite a few times. I have always found rolls to be much more reliable as I have had slightly undercooked middle of my loaves.
    Pumpkin bread sounds yum. Does anyone have a recipe they are willing to share?

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    Oh and I agree with using the good quality baking flour. I got mine in Coles in a big bag - 10kg I think.

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    I'd love a foolproof recipe too, they all seem to vary so much!

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    All our bread is gluten free.


 

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