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So after reading Brian's post on making Rollers bread I figured why not. I applied Chef JJ's technique of placing the dough in a well oiled plastic bag and into the fridge after the first rise to retard the yeast. The dough sat in the fridge overnight and until I got home in the afternoon, probably 10-12 hours. I took the dough out of the fridge and punched it down. I divided it in half and into two loaf pans. I let it rise until doubled which took about 2 1/2 hours. Then I baked it in the oven at 350°f until I felt it was done. Turned out great and now we have homemade bread to enjoy!

 

 

Woke up to freezing rain again today. About a 1/4"-3/8" ice coating on the cars. I think the flag is frozen solid.

 

 

Snuck a piece of my wifes apple pie for breakfast!

 

 

Enjoy!!!!

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Now onto the next baking adventure, sour dough!

post #3 of 16
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Here's to another two loafs! May not buy bread anymore. Gonna try some wheat bread when this batch is done and experiential using hemp oil.



Just starting the first rise. Stuffs already growing!
post #4 of 16

 Hey Case. I have been wanting to try Rollers bread for a while. Maybe now I will make time for it!Thumbs Up

 

  Mike

post #5 of 16
Looks great Case! We love fresh, home-baked bread! Haven't tried Roller's recipe, but it's goin on the to do list.

Red
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It's a Dohpocalypse! Don't do it it will take over your house!!!!

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I am glad u enjoyed it DS...I`m still making it...The best to you...

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Batch two done!
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I am glad u enjoyed it DS...I`m still making it...The best to you...

Thank you for the recipe! Family loves it!
post #10 of 16

Nice job.....I did the retard on the sourdough and the crumb was fantastic with very large interior holes. I let the other ball go 2 days of retard and that was not as good, although I did bake that one in a convection oven which is not the best set-up for baking. It wasn't bad....just not as good as the first loaf......Willie

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Nice job.....I did the retard on the sourdough and the crumb was fantastic with very large interior holes. I let the other ball go 2 days of retard and that was not as good, although I did bake that one in a convection oven which is not the best set-up for baking. It wasn't bad....just not as good as the first loaf......Willie

Thanks Willie! Sourdough is on my list of things to do. I need to get a starter going so I can make some.

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Thanks Willie! Sourdough is on my list of things to do. I need to get a starter going so I can make some.


Here's a link to some free start (or a buck maybe) that is very old and based in Oregon. Takes a couple days to get the returned envelope but interesting site with many recipes and stories about sour dough. Check it out....

http://carlsfriends.net/

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Here's a link to some free start (or a buck maybe) that is very old and based in Oregon. Takes a couple days to get the returned envelope but interesting site with many recipes and stories about sour dough. Check it out....

http://carlsfriends.net/

Thanks Willie I'll give that link a look!

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Thanks Willie for the great link. What a story, very cool

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Thank you for the recipe! Family loves it!


Your welcome...Merry Christmas !!

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It's a Dohpocalypse! Don't do it it will take over your house!!!!


LMAO !!!!!!!!

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