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    BREADS [tried and true]

    In my ongoing quest to move away from over processed nutrionally empty crap, I've started baking my own bread. These are my staples that get met through a week of sandwiches, toast, and bruschetta, along with the tried and true recipes that I make less frequently.

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    Great bread recipe!

    Recipe #131692

    This is a very reliable standard bread machine recipe for a 1 lb loaf. Too many people I know have bread machines but don't use them because they don't know how to do anything but use a mix! This will make a nice soft loaf as is, and it's also a great jumping off point for experimentation. Try varying the types of flour, fat, and sugar. Or try adding things like spices, nuts, mustards, or cheeses. My goal with this recipe is to get people comfortable enough with baking in their bread machines that they'll experiment. (If your machine only makes a 2 lb loaf, simply double all the ingredients.)

    Recipe #148895

    A nice basic recipe for a 1 lb cheese bread from the bread machine. The mustard and pepper give it a nice lingering mouth feel. I think it stands on its own much more than most bread machine recipes for cheese bread; I would love it if you tried this even if you've already tried other recipes of this kind. [This is adapted from a recipe in The Bread Bible (Rose Levy Berenbaum), which is an excellent book of bread recipes and theory.]

    Recipe #138924

    This is a hearty, flavorful bread, good enough to eat as a quick snack on it's own. I love hunks of this as a side dish to soups and stews. I used to knead the feta and spinach in by hand after the dough cyle was complete, but this method is a lot easier, and everything gets much more well integrated. [Whole Grain Breads by Machine or Hand - Beatrice Ojakangas]

    Recipe #148059

    This is wonderful when you've already got the grill going for steaks or something.

    Recipe #165731

    This is a nice easy side that goes well any place you would serve garlic bread.

    Recipe #195768

    When you don't want to spend the $0.39 on the blue box.

    Recipe #147556

    These are very easy to make, taste better than grocery store tortillas, and freeze nicely. Why would you ever buy tortillas again?

    Recipe #182367

    This is a good basic recipe for a par-baked crust for quiches or tarts.

    Recipe #154001

    This is a good crust for savory tarts or quiches that call for a par-baked crust. I adapted this for the food processor from a recipe in Sara Moulton Cooks at Home.

    Recipe #154002


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