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    Cookbook recommendation for bread machines

    TCookie
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 12:15 pm
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    Yay! Love the new categories!
    Wanted to share my current favorite cookbook: Beth Hensperger's "The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook". This has all kinds of good stuff in it.
    Donna M.
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 8:33 pm
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    I haven't seen that one yet. I'll have to look for it. I love bread cookbooks too. If you find some really good ones in it, post the recipes!
    Linda
    Fri Jan 28, 2005 5:27 pm
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    I most heartily second TCookie's recommendation for this wonderful bread machine cookbook. I found it on www.overstock.com for a good price and read all the way through it one page at a time. Every recipe looks promising. I have tried two of them and I can vouch for the excellent recipes in the book so far.
    TCookie
    Mon Jan 31, 2005 2:43 pm
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    Linda... try the recipe for Pain de Campagne from a Vermont Country Kitchen (on page 250). It has a starter that you make anywhere from 2 to 12 hours ahead in the machine, and then just add the rest of the ingredients and finish up outside the machine after the dough cycle.
    It is delicious, and so easy!
    Linda
    Tue Feb 01, 2005 9:02 pm
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    Thanks for the recipe recommendation, TCookie. What have you found "speaking" dough means? icon_question.gif
    TCookie
    Thu Feb 03, 2005 12:49 pm
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    If you listen carefully, the crust begins to crackle as it compacts as it cools off.
    This crust is amazing, if you really spritz the dough well, and spritz into the oven with your (clean!) water spray bottle. It gets very, very crisp!
    Linda
    Thu Feb 03, 2005 2:20 pm
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    I'm intrigued! I'm putting rye flour on my shopping list so I can try it. Thanks, TCookie.
    AKillian24
    Mon Feb 07, 2005 1:12 pm
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    I just picked up:
    The Best Low-Fat, No-Sugar Bread Machine Cookbook Ever
    Madge Rosenberg, Warren Chang

    As I continue my dual quests (First: Make great tasting homemade breads, Second: Make great tasting homemade low sugar breads!)

    I'll report back!
    AKillian24
    Fri Feb 11, 2005 5:46 pm
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    Update: The cookbook uses fruit rather than butter and has a section dedicated to salt-free breads.

    I am still actively hunting for the perfect low carb, low cal bread recipe......... and the saga continues icon_smile.gif
    TCookie
    Wed Feb 16, 2005 6:32 pm
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    Hi, AKillian... The above discussed bread has no sugar in it at all, just yeast, a little rye (or whole wheat) flour, bread flour, water and 1 tablespoon of salt.
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