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Thread: homemade bread

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    Default homemade bread





    4 Cups - Bread Flour
    1/4 tsp - Active Dry Yeast
    2 tsp - Kosher or Sea Salt
    4 tsp - Vital Wheat Gluten
    2 Cups - Warm Water

    Mix dry ingredients. Add warm water and mix with your hands or spatula until you form a sticky dough-ball with no dry ingredients left in the bowl. Cover with a lid, or plastic wrap for about 18 hours, give or take an hour or two.

    After 18 hours, the dough-ball will have transformed into something that resembles a sponge. Punch it down with a spatula, fold over itself a couple of times, and scrape that on to heavily floured plastic wrap. Flour the top, and cover with a towel for 2 hours.

    30 - 45 minutes before the 2 hours are up, preheat your oven or Primo AND a dutch oven to 425 degrees. The dough should haven risen a bit more, transfer to the preheated dutch oven, and cover. Cook covered for 30 minutes, removed cover and cook for an additional 20 minutes. Remove from oven and dutch oven, and let cool
    LOve to grill and eat .
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    Steve

    4% of something that tastes like nothing is probably not needed.

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    Great lookin bread buster - love that you have it set up to take it outdoors or in the kitchen. Anyone can do this one.

    Thanks for sharing it with us
    Plank Owner ..................
    I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian!



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    bet it would make great croutons too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    bet it would make great croutons too.
    dont know about croutons ,its to soft in the middle .
    LOve to grill and eat .
    The balck oval primos x tr lrg
    Steve

    4% of something that tastes like nothing is probably not needed.

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    Well yeah, but you'd have to dry it out, cube it, toss it in butter and garlic then toast it.

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    That is great look'n bread! Let it get a little dried out and send it to me so I can dunk it in some clam chowder!

    Thanks for the recipe. I might have to try this but put it on the smoker instead of dutch oven.

    Mistakes - It could be that the purpose of your life is only to serve as a warning to others.

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    It's hard to beat good homemade bread.
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Well yeah, but you'd have to dry it out, cube it, toss it in butter and garlic then toast it.
    i may give them a try next week .
    LOve to grill and eat .
    The balck oval primos x tr lrg
    Steve

    4% of something that tastes like nothing is probably not needed.

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