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very good bread. the herbs were just right. this was really my first attempt at bread making and i think i added too much flour and dried it out a bit, so i'll go easy on the flour next time. i also substituted a cup of wheat flour for the white and halved the recipe, which worked out fine. eaten with a pat of butter or dipped in olive oil.

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Milla February 18, 2002

A great alternative to boring, white bread. Excellent blend of flavors and spices. Great for turkey sandwiches, and also just plain with butter for a great snack. Thanks:)

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Manda February 08, 2002

A delicious bread recipe! I had half a chopped onion and 1/3 c spinach which I added because I needed to use it up. Thanks for posting!

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najwa April 07, 2008

Totally delicious and different. The only tricky part of the recipe was in heating the juice/sauce/oil combination to 120 degrees fahrenheit. Thank goodness for meat thermometers - it helped out there, for sure, and I highly recommend using one for those who will make this bread in the future, as too high a heat in the liquid will kill the yeast and prevent the bread from rising. Next time (and there will be a next time), I'm going to try making bread rounds instead. Very versatile recipe, and delicious, too. Thanks, s'kat!

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Lizzie-Babette September 15, 2003
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