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Make two loaves of bread - PEP BB food.sand.bread

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Here are my two loaves of pumpkin bread!

Recipe
- 1 1/2 cup of flour
- 2 tsp of baking powder
- 1 tsp of baking soda
- 1 tsp of cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp of ginger
- 1/2 tsp cardamom
- 1/2 tsp nutmeg
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1 cup homemade pumpkin puree
- 1/2 cup oil
- 2 eggs

Mix the dry ingredients together and the brown sugar, the pumpkin, the oil and the egg separately. Add the dry ingredients to the other. Bake 50 minutes at 350F.
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Ingredients for the first loaf
Ingredients for the first loaf
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First loaf
First loaf
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Ingredients for the second loaf
Ingredients for the second loaf
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Second loaf
Second loaf
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Location: PNW, Zone 8b, Cascades Washington
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My attempt
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Prep
Prep
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Leavening dough
Leavening dough
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Reward
Reward
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Loafs
Loafs
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Note: Excellent-looking bread. We need to see a slice of *both* loaves to certify. Thanks

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Location: Florida Panhandle
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Made 2 loaves of bread.  
5 cups of Flour
1 tbl sugar
2 tsp instant yeast
2 tsp salt
2 cups warm water

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This was the tastiest BB I have done so far.  I present to you gluten free banana bread (recipe below) and gluten free sourdough (recipe found at https://homesteadandchill.com/gluten-free-sourdough-bread-boule/ ).  My wife and I had lots of fun baking these together and the kids had a ton of fun eating them!
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From Better Homes and Garden cookbook
From Better Homes and Garden cookbook
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Mix it up
Mix it up
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Ready to eat
Ready to eat
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flours and starter
flours and starter
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Cold proof
Cold proof
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Time to bake
Time to bake
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This one was a little dense, but still very delicious.
This one was a little dense, but still very delicious.
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Both loaves are the all rye sourdough recipe from Sandor Katz "Wild Fermentation" book.  Quite an empowering book.  Created a 'sponge' with a sourdough starter, and fermented that for roughly 24 hours.  Then mixed the sponge into more flour and salt inside the bread pans for about 2 hours.  Then baked in the oven at 350F for 90 minutes.  Thanks to Michael Pollan's "Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation" book, most bread I make has something unique on the top.  Fitting to write out SKIP in these loaves.
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1) Mill organic hard red wheat and sift largest bran particles
2) Make levain to ripen for 12 hours
3) 1 hour before levain ready weigh all ingredients, autolyse flour blend with water
4) Mix levain and salt into autolyse, add a splash of water and French knead 5 minutes
5) Bulk ferment for 4 hours staggered with sets of stretch and folds to develop gluten
6) Divide, preshape and bench rest 30 minutes
7) Shape into boule and batard, place into bannetons
8 ) Retard in fridge for 18 hours
9) Preheat oven with Dutch oven inside
10) Carefully put dough on parchment paper, score with lame, insert into Dutch oven, add 4 ice cubes and cover
11) Bake 20 minutes with lid on, 35 minutes with lid off, cool for 2 hours
(Total time ~38 hours)

Resultant bread was lighter than a feather.



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Mill wheat, sift largest bran particles
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Make 12 hour levain
Make 12 hour levain
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Autolyse - flour + water - accompanied by freshly ground home roast coffee in a unique mug
Autolyse - flour + water - accompanied by freshly ground home roast coffee in a unique mug
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Take temp of dough after mixing in the levain and salt, kneading 5 minutes
Take temp of dough after mixing in the levain and salt, kneading 5 minutes
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Carefully flip dough onto parchment, score with lame, put in Dutch oven with ice cubes
Carefully flip dough onto parchment, score with lame, put in Dutch oven with ice cubes
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baked
baked
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blisters
blisters
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crumb shot
crumb shot
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lightly toasted alongside an espresso
lightly toasted alongside an espresso
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I ate quite a bit as I waited for the second loaf to cool
I ate quite a bit as I waited for the second loaf to cool
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Recipe sheet
Recipe sheet
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Here is my submission for "Make two loaves of bread - PEP BB food.sand.bread":

I am providing a link to the following:
 - Link to/post the recipe you used

and photos of the following:
 - post picture of the ingredients getting mixed
 - post a picture of the completed loafs and a slice of each of them
         o showing that the loaves are not burnt, cooked all the way through and slice well
         
I used the following recipe for both loaves: https://www.motherearthnews.com/real-food/easy-4-ingredient-artisan-bread-zbcz1702/
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mixing ingredients for the first loaf (Tuesday)
mixing ingredients for the first loaf (Tuesday)
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mixing ingredients for the second loaf (Friday)
mixing ingredients for the second loaf (Friday)
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completed, sliced first loaf
completed, sliced first loaf
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completed, sliced second loaf
completed, sliced second loaf
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Location: New York, United States
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I used the Artisan Bread recipe from Mother Earth News: https://www.motherearthnews.com/real-food/basic-artisan-bread-loaf-zbcz1401/
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I used the Artisan Bread recipe from Mother Earth News: https://www.motherearthnews.com/real-food/basic-artisan-bread-loaf-zbcz1401/
The bread was so good my kids even loved it and ate a whole loaf with dinner!

*I did not use any plastic, teflon, or aluminum! I even mixed the dough in my saucepan because the only mixing bowl I own is made of plastic*
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I used this recipe from Farmhouse on Boone -https://www.farmhouseonboone.com/same-day-sourdough-bread-recipe. I used my own sourdough starter and dutch ovens to bake the bread.
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my sourdough starter
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mixing ingredients
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