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    Adrian's parents have one. They never buy bread anymore. And his mum makes a wicked fruit cake in hers too.

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    my bread is proving at the moment in the airing cuboard. I'm making rolls for lunch tomorrow. I must confess to using a mix - i feel all wholesome now!! will let you know how it goes.














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    No confessions necessary! Get started and then you can branch out and be more experimental in your bread making.






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    i did read the ingredients of the mix and it was basically dried yeast, sugar, vitamin c and no other rubbish. Some of the mixes have horrible stuff in. I also bought some strong white bread flour.














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    Before you know it your freezer will look like mine! (Well, I have to store flour in the freezer here. Maybe your pantry shelf will look like my freezer, eh)? :D

    High gluten flour, whole wheat flour, oatbran flour, rye flour, vital wheat gluten, rice flour (for dusting) barley flour... you name it, I've probably got it. I'm currently seeking a source for teff the Ethiopian flour used in making injera.






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    woah looks like i'll be needing some recipes!!!














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    here they are


















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    Yum! Looking good :D






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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 43087
    right i am going to try and make homemade bread and see what happens. I was worried it would be an expensive gadget gathering dust

    thanks guys
    You are welcome to ours Britchick...just pop on over and pick it up!:p015:










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    Nice baps.....





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