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The Science Behind No-Knead Bread

Ever wondered how no knead bread works? How the gluten gets developed? How it gets that wonderful crust? J. KENJI LĂ“PEZ-ALT over at Serious Eats lays it all out for you in his Food Lab article The Science Of No-Knead … Continue reading

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No-Knead Pizza Crust

Last year I dabbled with some no-knead pizzas with a couple of friends on a bread forum but I have just been informed that the forum is calling it quits. I decided to post some of our work from that … Continue reading

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Dark Rye No-Knead Bread Loaf Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized sandwich loaf that is as great tasting and a great change from the regular sandwich bread that we commonly eat. The crust is soft like a sandwich bread, not as crisp as traditional … Continue reading

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How-To Measure Flour More Accurately

As I watch many people measure flour for recipes I have noticed a very common mistake that can hurt the end result of your baked good. This mistake is that we measure flour incorrectly. Flour becomes packed very easily and … Continue reading

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No-Knead Whole Wheat Seed Bread Recipe

I have really struggled to come up with a 100% whole wheat no-knead bread recipe that I can feel satisfied with, and from searching the web I am not the only one. A friend of a friend of mine made … Continue reading

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Light Oat Bread No-Knead Loaf Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized light oat bread sandwich loaf that is a great tasting and a great texture for sandwich bread. The crust is softer like a sandwich bread, not as crisp as traditional no-knead bread. Its … Continue reading

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Potato Bread No-Knead Loaf Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized potato bread sandwich loaf that is a great tasting and a great texture for sandwich bread. The crust is softer like a sandwich bread, not as crisp as traditional no-knead bread. Its a … Continue reading

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Light Wheat No-Knead Bread Loaf Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized light wheat sandwich loaf that is a great tasting and a great texture for sandwich bread. The crust is soft like a sandwich bread, not as crisp as traditional no-knead bread. It is … Continue reading

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White No-Knead Bread Loaf Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized white sandwich loaf that is as great tasting and a great texture for sandwich bread. The crust is soft like a sandwich bread, not as crisp as traditional no-knead bread. It is so … Continue reading

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Onion Dill Wheat No-Knead Bread Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized sandwich loaf that is as great tasting and a great change from the regular loaf of bread. The crust is thin and crisp but the inside is moist with a great texture. It … Continue reading

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No-Knead Bread in a Crock Pot, Really?

So I got a little past traditional on this experiment but I had to try it. I searching out sprouted grain bread and came across an article that a lady cooked it in a crock pot for 8 hours on … Continue reading

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No-Knead Bread in a Dutch Oven

After making no-knead bread in my cheap and small 2.5 quart covered stoneware, I decided I wanted to try baking it in a Kitchen Dutch oven. I also wanted to make the bread larger, so I decided wanted to get … Continue reading

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Anadama Artisan No-Knead Bread Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized sandwich loaf that is as great tasting. The crust is crisp but the inside is moist with a great texture. I just created this version of Anadama bread recently after learning about this … Continue reading

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No-Knead Bread in a Covered Casserole Stoneware

I have been avoiding baking no-knead bread as instructed on New York Times recipe page because I wanted to keep it simple, and I didn’t want to buy extra equipment. From all the blog posts I have read I people … Continue reading

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Italian Cheese No-Knead Bread Recipe

This recipe will make 2 small bread loafs that is as good, or better, than any restrant Italian bread I have had. The crust is thin and crisp but the inside is moist with a great texture and the taste … Continue reading

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A Warm Oven Helps Your Bread Dough to Rise

I have been making a lot of no-knead bread this fall with great success. The only problem I have faced is getting my bread dough to rise in my cold house. It still rises but not near as fast as … Continue reading

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Half Wheat Sandwich Loaf No-Knead Bread Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized sandwich loaf that is as good, or better, than any partial wheat bread I have ever had. The crust is thin and crisp but the inside is moist with a great texture. I … Continue reading

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White Artisan No-Knead Bread Recipe

This recipe will make a large sized artisian, bread loaf or french bread that is amazingly great tasting. The crust is thin and crisp but the inside is moist with a great texture. This bread is great with pastas, butter, … Continue reading

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Give No-Knead Bread a Try, the Poor Man’s Way

I just wanted to give the No-Knead recipe a try, not make an investment in it. I finally found an awesome post "No-Knead Bread Hack: Making a Sandwich Loaf Instead" that gave me the way to just give this recipe a try. My first loaf turned out excellent. I made it at work, we have a kitchen there, and shared it with my co-workers and it disappeared quick. They couldn’t believe that the recipe was just flour, salt, yeast, and water. I found the recipe to be super simple, easy, and very forgiving. I have been making all kinds of experiments with this bread since then, YES I am addicted now. Continue reading

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