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Old 01-11-2009, 06:30 PM   #1
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Ok, I keep seeing everyone making bread that looks so good on here. I want to make some now but I have never made bread before. What would a good recipe be for someone thats never made bread before. Oh and I have the 6qt kitchenaid mixer so kneading really isnt an issue with me. Thanks.
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Old 01-11-2009, 06:34 PM   #2
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seems like everyone does Ed's Haus Pale............oh wait, you said bread!

I've been wanting to try Revvy's recipe that has a tons of replies to it: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f56/no-k...d-video-77859/

 
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That's sort of the idiot proof bread...it's not as exiting as getting the mixer out, and then kneeding it...and having it done it two hours, but it IS yummy...

Start there, and there is also a link posted later to another style of bread making similar to it...

My recipe is becoming the bread version of Ed's Haus Pale???? Really????

WOW...I've arrived.
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Hmmm maybe some other time I will try that but I am actually looking for something to have with dinner tonight. But I do think i need to make some haus pale too
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My recipe is becoming the bread version of Ed's Haus Pale???? Really????

WOW...I've arrived.
That could be one of the best compliments I have ever seen.
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My recipe is becoming the bread version of Ed's Haus Pale???? Really????

WOW...I've arrived.
Well maybe, but not in my case:

batches of Ed's Haus made = 1
batches of Revvy's idiot proof bread made = 0

Maybe soon though - I have a whole jar of yeast thanks to needing 1 tsp for a batch of JAOM

 
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Ok, I am using the "your first loaf" from thefreshloaf.com. It is
3 cups flour
2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons yeast
1 1/8 cup water

I am going to let it rise for an hour, shape it, let it rise again for another hour then into the over at 375 for 45 minutes....... any suggestions?
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Ok, I am using the "your first loaf" from thefreshloaf.com. It is
3 cups flour
2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons yeast
1 1/8 cup water

I am going to let it rise for an hour, shape it, let it rise again for another hour then into the over at 375 for 45 minutes....... any suggestions?
Just make sure your oven temp is accurate, mine runs 50 degrees too high, so I have to under compensate for it.
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Damn, I didnt even think about that. I have been meaning to get an oven thermometer but never have. I am going to be going by core temp instead of time anyway so just as long as it gets up to 195 in the middle will it cause any big problems if the oven temp is off?
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Damn, I didnt even think about that. I have been meaning to get an oven thermometer but never have. I am going to be going by core temp instead of time anyway so just as long as it gets up to 195 in the middle will it cause any big problems if the oven temp is off?
Well if you look at the pic IIRC posted in my bread thread you wiil see that the outside can get a little (politically correct word) Carmellized (really word) Charred

SO keep an eye on it.
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