9 thoughts on “Ftira from my new bread machine”

  1. Where is the order form!? 🙂

    Happy Birthday Georgina! 🙂 Looks like Kevin pulled out all the stops for this one. It’s a nice site and I look forward to seeing it grow.

    Allen

  2. I forgot to mention that this site was definitely not a 30-minute job. And “no” Kevin did not pay me to say this 🙂

  3. There is also the way that my friend Linda does it…

    Bread comes out great with hand kneading, but what I did the past six months (since reading an article in theTimes) is that once I mix it I cover and leave for ten minutes…then knead abit..cover..go back after ten minutes and knead a bit more…then cover and go back after another ten minutes and bash it once again!! That makes the hand process a lot easier! Then after the final kneading just put it in a bowl that you first oil with a bit of olive oil …then cover and let it rise. In London at the moment that takes anything from an hour and a half to two hours….and then when you shape it I discovered that it is best to let it prove for a full half hour before baking….but in warmer climates you would get away with less I think.

    She makes it with exceptional results…hope this helps!

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