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How To Bake Chicken Breast. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

If you’re new to bread-baking, or running low on yeast, or just really love a cr…

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If you’re new to bread-baking, or running low on yeast, or just really love a crackly-crusty loaf, no-knead bread is for you. And! You can add some sourdough starter discard along with the 1/4 tsp instant or dry active yeast it calls for, and get the flavour of sourdough without relying on its leavening power. Try it!! It’s fab with raisins or olives or whatever you think. (Fold these things in toward the end, as you fold the soft dough over itself.) Recipe link non… profile!

24 thoughts on “If you’re new to bread-baking, or running low on yeast, or just really love a cr…

  1. I’m at the cabin hiding away from COVID-19 without a recipe in sight. So you have a no-knead recipe I can share for my bread making husband?

  2. Ontario has eliminated the time of use pricing for hydro so it makes baking at anytime of day guilt free!

  3. I sprinkled some sea salt and fresh rosemary on it. And then drizzled garlic infused EVOO on it when it came out of the oven. Mouthwatering

  4. A long bread journey, but mine finally just rested long enough out of the oven for us to eat! ❤️

  5. I’m sure there are lots of sourdough bakers who would be quite happy to share some starters. Knowing what to do with Discard is a common challenge for us! 🤣

  6. This recipe is AMAZING!! How do you store it? Also what are your thoughts on adding cheese 🧀 or herbs?

  7. I love this recipe from your “spilling the beans” cookbook. It’s wonderful how you can let it sit around until you have time to deal with it. “Spilling the beans”is one of my favourite cookbooks.

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