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Old 09-26-2004, 12:22 PM   #11
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I made ordinary white bread today, and did your trick with the jelly roll technique, Old Coot, well what difference that makes to the finished product!!! Thank you!!!! (I was a bit worried when I did this as it didn't look like it was going to fill to fit my tin, but it did!)

Wayne your bread is next weeks challenge, I didn't have all the ingredients and not enough to subsititute, so after a trip to the store, I will have a try!
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Old 09-26-2004, 07:46 PM   #12
 
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Wayne your bread is next weeks challenge, I didn't have all the ingredients and not enough to subsititute, so after a trip to the store, I will have a try!
Yeah , don't forget this makes a beautiful white loaf, and halve the recipe if necessary. I just made a correction to the posted recipe. 2 Tabsp Sesame oil should have been 1 tabsp + 1 tabsp of olive or other oil (just a typing omission). The sesame oil gives a nice taste but 2 tabsp is too much.

This jelly rool thing is that rolling up the dough and tucking ends under etc before putting in tins. If so, I have been doing that for ages (because my first ever recipe said to) but stopped doing it recently purely because with this recipe I was not getting any benefit for the extra fiddling around. This may be necessary in a lot of homemade breads that need the extra assistance. [/quote]
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