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Sourdough Bread Recipe, Sourdough Starter, Sourdough Bread Baking, Sour …

We’ve got French bread going in the oven, and now I’m going to show you how to make sourdough bread. The difference in sourdough and most other breads is simply the type yeast. In this case, you have to make a starter first, and capture your own yeast from the wild. That’s what is going…

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Irish Soda Bread Recipe, How to Make Irish Soda, Soda Bread Recipe, Recipe for Irish Soda Bread

bjbjz ,tc Jan: I’m going to show you one of the easiest, quickest, most delicious breads that you’ve ever had in your life. This is Irish soda bread. Now true Irish soda bread, when I was doing some research on it, didn’t have the sugar in it, and didn’t have some of the extra ingredients….

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Roasted Garlic Focaccia Recipe, Recipe for Roasted Garlic Focaccia How to Make Focaccia Bread

I have discovered that if I do just about anything with roasting garlic and bread that one of my big kids will work his butt off and I need my car done, so I’m going to show you all how to make a roasted garlic focaccia, and this stuff is so good and so luscious…

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Sourdough Bread Recipe, Sourdough Starter, Sourdough Bread Baking, Sourdough Bread Starter (Part 2)

bjbj I guess I ve let this thing work for about 5 minutes, and let it do all the work and I ve kind of been around doing not much of anything. This is just what you re looking for, though. See that? All one piece. Look, it s a tornado. You see how it…

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Stuffing Recipe, Turkey Stuffing Recipe, How to Make Stuffing, Turkey Dressing Recipe

bjbj Over and over again, if you ask people what their favorite Thanksgiving dish is, chances are it s going to be the stuffing. There are 100,000 ways to make dressings. Side note, dressing s in the south, stuffing s in the north; we can both ways. I ve always said dressings, but I ve…

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French Bread, French Bread Recipe, French Bread Baking, How to Make French Bread (Part 1)

bjbjz I’m about to make you look like a rock star in the kitchen. Making homemade French bread seems like a huge daunting prospect, and it’s not. It’s just five ingredients. It takes a few minutes to throw together, a couple of hours to wait on it, throw it in the oven and it looks…

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