My breadmaking

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  1. ShiftZZ

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    now watch your waistline.. :LOL:

    nice work.. I love baking bread.. make it almost every day.. haven't bought a factory 'loaf' for donkeys years..

    once you try homemade you don't want to eat anything else..



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    unusual gift .. much better than a pair of socks..

    now you have been inspired are you going to make at home ?
     
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    Actually I have got a new pair of socks on today that I had for my birthday. Marks & Spencers - boy they are comfortable. In fact they are the most comfortable socks I have ever worn(y)
     
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    So so, I have been interested in Sourdough...

    Christmas gifts, I am difficult to buy for, I don't have a need for anything and therefore this was something that was indeed different, they also used organic yeast not the mass produced stuff,,,
     
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    ... when it comes to socks I'm more a Lidl man :LOL:
     
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    it can be addictive mind
     
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    What? Wearing socks? Not surprised in a British winter :LOL:
     
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    I have a Panasonic as well. The mixes come out nice, but I have yet to make one in the machine from scratch that is as good as one made by hand.
     
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    We have a Panasonic too. But hubby only likes white bread and I can't eat it due to Gluten, wheat and yeast!
     
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    Hmmm....maybe I should use a tin and oven...God! so 1890's!:D

    Cat 53, I cant eat salt thats why i bought the panasonic, loads of salt in commercial bread......cant you make rye bread for yourself?
     
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    ShiftZZ and ScotJimland - outstanding performance chaps. I have used a breadmaker for a few years and have recently advanced to soda bread in the Rayburn. Now, armed with Paul Hollywood's book, I intend to move on to the proper yeasted stuff. You have set a high bar to clear! (y)
     
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    we the the bred maker in the skip and make our bred from scratch every time well when I say we I meant her indoors
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    I had poor results overall with my Panasonic machine. Then recently I started to mix my own stuff not buy pre-mix and I must admit the results speak for themselves inasmuch that the bread dissapears pretty much at the first sitting.

    Not good in a diet situation! I too got a bread making book for Christmas, but I got socks as well from someone else
     
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    Very inspiring Mr Shiftzz.
     
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    Impressive bread making ShiftZZ (y)

    Since this thread is about bread here are a few piccies of bread stuff we have made in the van' with our Omnia Stove

    My first attempt at Bread Rolls....


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    Second attempt....

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    Tea loaf (Mrs Chox made this)

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    Chelsea Buns (Kate made these too.....yum yum)

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    What is it about older men and bread making?

    When I was young its the last thing I thought of doing
     
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    Never thought I'd see a solicitor write that about making "bread" :LOL::LOL:
     
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