Fresh Baked Bread Every Day

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  1. Robert Clark

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    Finding freshly baked bread can be a problem when you're travelling, especially when wild camping
    We take part baked bread, it's shrink wrapped and lasts for weeks before it needs cooking. Only takes 10 minutes to cook, so you can have fresh baked baguette for breakfast and another for lunch
    Saves having to find a bakery every morning
     
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    making your own isnt hard .
    my mate made his own bread all winter . never bought a loaf . i made several. not hard .
    cant be bothered going off to find bakers . even using cheap asda plain flour makes an ok loaf . always carry dried yeast . alinsons seems about the best but asda sachet works .
    you do need an oven though.
     
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    We use those as well, Lidls do a good one. We often bake it at breakfast and then eat it with lunch.
     
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    We use those as well, Lidls do a good one. We often bake it at breakfast and then eat it with lunch.
     
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    Mary is an ace at making real bread too, I can turn out a good pizza but not in her league for real bread. But the half baked loaves, so to speak, are very convenient and small enough for one meal.
     
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    We take those too come in very handy if you can't get to shop or run out. Can't beat a fresh rustic bagette though! Like to make my own too but bread is a no no most of the time at home sadly.
     
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