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This is my first attempt at the NYT no knead bread recipe. I started
yesterday at noon with the exact recipe. At 9 am this morning I started
the dough on it's 2nd rise.



*Two* days to make one loaf???!!!
I'd rather do a light knead and get the job done ASAP :-)


Chacun a son dough (sorta).

LOL



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It's worth reading this page
http://tinyurl.com/ylgxyh on the Pyrex website and this page
http://tinyurl.com/yzk5mm on the USA Consumer Affairs website.
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This is my first attempt at the NYT no knead bread recipe. I started
yesterday at noon with the exact recipe. At 9 am this morning I started
the dough on it's 2nd rise.



*Two* days to make one loaf???!!!

I'd rather do a light knead and get the job done ASAP :-)

Try this one........

http://www.globalgourmet.com/food/eg...97/damper.html

or this lot.....

http://www.frogandtoad.com.au/home/food5.html


We used to wrap the dough round a stick and cook it over a camp fire, when
we were at Scout Camp in England.

Mary


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No. It was 'no knead bread'........ which is what damper is.


:-)

I'm not keen on soda bread, it gives me indigestion these days, but damper
no-knead bread is eminently suitable for entertaining, educating and
fuelling campers, especially young ones.

Mary


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No. It was 'no knead bread'........ which is what damper is.


:-)

I'm not keen on soda bread, it gives me indigestion these days, but
damper no-knead bread is eminently suitable for entertaining,
educating and fuelling campers, especially young ones.



[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!

:-)



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No. It was 'no knead bread'........ which is what damper is.


:-)

I'm not keen on soda bread, it gives me indigestion these days, but
damper no-knead bread is eminently suitable for entertaining,
educating and fuelling campers, especially young ones.



[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!


I'm sure that's complimentary but I don't speak Aussie :-)

Mary



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Ravenlynne wrote in news:dmCfh.77431$W66.19664
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This is my first attempt at the NYT no knead bread recipe. I started
yesterday at noon with the exact recipe. At 9 am this morning I started
the dough on it's 2nd rise.



*Two* days to make one loaf???!!!

I'd rather do a light knead and get the job done ASAP :-)

Try this one........

http://www.globalgourmet.com/food/eg...97/damper.html

or this lot.....

http://www.frogandtoad.com.au/home/food5.html


We used to wrap the dough round a stick and cook it over a camp fire, when
we were at Scout Camp in England.

Mary


Hi Mary. Are you going to tell us how you make your salami?


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On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, PeterL wrote:

[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!


Hmm - is that close to fair dinkum tucker?
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On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, PeterL wrote:

[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!


Hmm - is that close to fair dinkum tucker?



Not even close!! :-)



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[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!


I'm sure that's complimentary but I don't speak Aussie :-)

Mary





(Another version...)

Good on ya, mate!!


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Dave Bell wrote:
On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, PeterL wrote:

[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!


Hmm - is that close to fair dinkum tucker?


Not quite. Possibly "I say, jolly good show chaps!" g
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Bruce wrote in
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Dave Bell wrote:
On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, PeterL wrote:

[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!


Hmm - is that close to fair dinkum tucker?


Not quite. Possibly "I say, jolly good show chaps!" g




LOL!!

That's if you speak with a toffee in your mouth and something stuck up your
butt ;-)



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Bruce wrote in
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Dave Bell wrote:
On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, PeterL wrote:

[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!

Hmm - is that close to fair dinkum tucker?


Not quite. Possibly "I say, jolly good show chaps!" g




LOL!!

That's if you speak with a toffee in your mouth and something stuck up
your
butt ;-)



Don't come the raw prawn with us! Pull yer 'ead in! {:-)

Graham


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"PeterL" wrote in message
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Bruce wrote in
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Dave Bell wrote:
On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, PeterL wrote:

[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!

Hmm - is that close to fair dinkum tucker?

Not quite. Possibly "I say, jolly good show chaps!" g




LOL!!

That's if you speak with a toffee in your mouth and something stuck

up
your
butt ;-)



Don't come the raw prawn with us! Pull yer 'ead in! {:-)



On ya bike!!


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Brisbane
Australia

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"PeterL" wrote in message
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Bruce wrote in
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Dave Bell wrote:
On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, PeterL wrote:

[Slipping into Aussie Ocker mode.....}


Bonzer cobber!!!!

Hmm - is that close to fair dinkum tucker?

Not quite. Possibly "I say, jolly good show chaps!" g




LOL!!

That's if you speak with a toffee in your mouth and something stuck up
your
butt ;-)



Don't come the raw prawn with us! Pull yer 'ead in! {:-)


OOOOhhhh I don't know what that one means) Perhaps I had better not ask?




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