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My local firefighters and my family loved it. Soft with a slightly sweet flavor. Not quite like store bought, but close. The bread could have burned in the first 20 minutes. This bread cooked a whole lot faster than anticipated. I put it in two loaf pans to fit all the dough. I would lower the temp next time and adjust time.

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ScubaBrynn September 14, 2007

Made these into 18 good size rolls. Family said they were better than the store bought. I didn't have pineappkle juice so after reading a pror review I subbed orange juice and you really couldn't taste that either.. just a nice sweetness. I did use almost 2 packs of dry yeast which produced a fluffy, soft roll.

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Lois O'Loughlin May 10, 2008

Made this quite some time ago to use for french toast. I had tried it with 2 1/2 c. whole wheat pastry flour and 2 c. white flour. Turned out rather dry and the tops cracked open while baking. Looking forward to trying it again per the original ingredients. Will rate at that time.

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O-mama April 17, 2006

Soft bread with good texture. Just a little sweetness. Quick and easy to make. Definately a keeper! Thanks!

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Pa. Hiker March 06, 2005

This makes lovely soft fluffy bread with a hint of sweetness. I made the bread by hand because I prefer to make bread that way. I did need about 1/2 cup more flour to make a managable, but still soft dough. The pineapple juice seems to contribute more sweetness than flavor. Rather than making a loaf, I rounded the dough into 32 one and a half ounce rolls. Thank you for the recipe.

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mianbao February 17, 2004
Hawaiian Bread