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Old 03-03-2010, 11:21 AM   #71
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We discussed those, too! My rolls turned out fantastic. I had a little extra dough and made cinnamon rolls for dessert, they were great! I only have one more day to play before the work cycle kicks back in.
Too bad sourdough won't be rushed, though the nice part is it takes just a smidge of time then you can leave it to its own devices for a while.

I am working on tweaking my bread recipe, once that is done I suppose I will branch out some. Of course the discard makes good pancakes so I am suspecting that is on the menu for the weekend.
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Old 03-03-2010, 04:47 PM   #72
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I am working on tweaking my bread recipe, once that is done I suppose I will branch out some.
I took the Rustic Sourdough Bread recipe (from KA flour) and added an extra tablespoon of sugar and 2 tablespoons of melted butter and subtracted 1 cup of flour to make my rolls. They were perfect!

Rustic Sourdough Bread: King Arthur Flour
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Old 03-03-2010, 08:35 PM   #73
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Do they ship well? ;)

I decided to name my starter Old Grumpy
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Do they ship well? ;)

I decided to name my starter Old Grumpy
I believe they do! I've shipped bread before, but only to the next state and overnight. My Uncle has a jones for oatmeal bread.

AudreyIII (drying out) is taking longer than I thought to dry out, but she smells good while doing so. I really need that dehydrator (nudging DH). I'll be taking Audrey II out of the freezer on Sunday so she has time to thaw by Monday and we'll see how she fared in the freezer.
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Hmmm.. wonder what overnight shipping runs these days.... hmmm
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Hmmm.. wonder what overnight shipping runs these days.... hmmm
LOL! $68 for Next Day by UPS...yes, I looked it up. I could get it to you by early morning for $102
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Oh you don't have to do the early morning.. next day is fine.. I would hate to put you out too much..

BTW - I have a loaf in the oven.. hope this one gets close to being the one. :)
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Oh you don't have to do the early morning.. next day is fine.. I would hate to put you out too much..

BTW - I have a loaf in the oven.. hope this one gets close to being the one. :)
I think DH would have a fit if I started shipping bread. He'd at least suggest an MRI.

I hope your loaf of bread turns out perfect! Good Luck!
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I doubt perfect is gonna happen.. better is all I care about at his point. But thank you.

Hmm.. get to play with big giant magnets and you are worried about that?
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Hmm.. get to play with big giant magnets and you are worried about that?
I'm more afraid he'll have proof of the hole in my head he keeps talking about...
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