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Old 03-18-2015, 07:16 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by bakechef View Post
That's an impressive sandwich! Not only was it impressive to look at, but being homemade bread had to make it extra awesome!
I can't imagine how it fitted into the oven!

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Old 03-19-2015, 03:10 AM   #12
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I can't imagine how it fitted into the oven!
It was cooked in sections, thats why I did a triple braid its the easiest match up and make look seamless, carefully measured each of the 3 rolls that went into each braid. Then I made sure they all started exactly the same length and there were exactly the same amount of cross overs in each braid. That makes matching them up a lot easier.

In the past I have tried making striaght loaves into a large sandwhich and you always end up with variations and they don't match up any where near perfect. The braids look perfect, I also swap them around in the ovens as they cook to make sure their bottoms and tops are all uniform...

Not an easy task to do something like this but it was worth it, my guests are still talking about it, lol

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