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

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Here is my bread submission. It's a recipe for 2 bread loaves. Didn't come out like the pics, but it is very soft on the inside, with a nice, firm crust. This is actually my second time making bread, but first time making 2. Also first time having to knead. Couldn't get the dough to form correctly, or score correctly. (Still learning). https://www.kingarthurbaking.com/recipes/the-easiest-loaf-of-bread-youll-ever-bake-recipe
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No crumbles. Firm crust. Soft bread. Easy to slice.
No crumbles. Firm crust. Soft bread. Easy to slice.
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Post second rise I do believe after I separated to 2 loaves.
Post second rise I do believe after I separated to 2 loaves.
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Second rise.
Second rise.
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First rise.
First rise.
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Dough before proofing
Dough before proofing
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Mixing ingredients
Mixing ingredients
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Chris Hainline wrote: a basic banana bread recipe
was NOT cut on blue mat. That's just there from a different food preparation from before the bread was made.

At no point did my break come in contact with any plastic or cilicone products. Thanks.

Ingredients:
3 ripe bananas
1/3 cup melted butter
1 teaspoon baking soda
Pinch of salt
3/4 cup sugar
1 large egg, beaten
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup chocolate chips, cranberries, and wallnuts.
Instructions:
Preheat your oven to 350°F (175°C). Grease a loaf pan. In a mixing bowl, mash the ripe bananas with a fork until smooth.Stir the melted butter into the mashed bananas.Mix in the baking soda and salt.Add the sugar, beaten egg, and vanilla extract, and stir well.Finally, fold in the flour until just incorporated.Pour the batter into the greased loaf pan. Stir in chocolate chips, cranberries, and wallnuts.

Bake in the preheated oven for about 60-65 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.Let the banana bread cool in the pan for a few minutes, then transfer it to a wire rack to cool completely.

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Can I use my KitchenAid mixer to do the kneading on this BB? I mean, I know how to knead, but do I knead to?

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I followed this recipe to make gluten free bread. It's really good! https://oliviaskitchen.com/gluten-free-no-knead-bread/

I did the same process twice and made 2 loaves.

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letting the instant yeast, honey, and warm water sit for 10 min
letting the instant yeast, honey, and warm water sit for 10 min
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mixing in the flour and salt
mixing in the flour and salt
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after 2 hours, it's rising
after 2 hours, it's rising
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done!
done!
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loaf 1
loaf 1
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loaf 2
loaf 2
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Hope these are ok, the sweet bread was 'peely' on the bottom, but it slices clean. started with my basic bread recipe
4 cups flour
ts salt
2 tbs yeast
2 tbs oil
2 tbs sweetener
1 1/2 cups liquid

350 until it smells done

the savory one has a couple tbs of a seasoning mix with nutritional yeast, garlic powder, onion powder

the sweet one substitutes 1/3 of the water for peach syrup I had, and a cup of the flour with rice meal from a failed rice milk experiment, used brown sugar and added a couple tbs of cinnamon
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Here I made banana bread muffins and 2 mini loaves.
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Recipe used
Recipe used
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Mixing mixing mixing
Mixing mixing mixing
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2 perfectly baked loaves
2 perfectly baked loaves
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Sliced well
Sliced well
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Close up of slice 1
Close up of slice 1
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Close up of slice 2
Close up of slice 2
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I made two loaves of whole wheat bread, and just for fun, made a johnny cake with lemon powdered sugar icing and ate it before the bread was done cooking. It was my reward for baking bread on a Monday.

Hope you enjoy the video as much as I did making it.

j

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Note:   - 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

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          o showing that the loaves are not burnt, cooked all the way through and slice well

Lovely video! Can you post a photo of the second loaf with a slice through it?

 
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Edit:  Both loaves sliced showing grain and edibility.

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Jim Garlits wrote:I made two loaves of whole wheat bread, and just for fun, made a johnny cake with lemon powdered sugar icing and ate it before the bread was done cooking. It was my reward for baking bread on a Monday.

Hope you enjoy the video as much as I did making it.

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I make banana and walnut bread a lot with blackened bananas but this was my first time making a 'rustic' wheat loaf (successfully that is). I used the following recipe for the rustic loaf with the ingredients halved for only one loaf: Rustic bread loaf. I have my own recipe for banana bread in the photos below.
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Banana bread ingredients (walnuts are optional)
Banana bread ingredients (walnuts are optional)
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Banana bread recipe
Banana bread recipe
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Sugar, butter and the dry ingredients
Sugar, butter and the dry ingredients
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All ingredients mixed together
All ingredients mixed together
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Ready for the oven
Ready for the oven
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Cooked banana bread
Cooked banana bread
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Cut banana bread
Cut banana bread
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Dry ingredients for rustic bread
Dry ingredients for rustic bread
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Mixed ingredients and kneaded once
Mixed ingredients and kneaded once
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Proved dough
Proved dough
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Dough shaped after being proved twice
Dough shaped after being proved twice
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Bread cooling
Bread cooling
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Bread cut
Bread cut
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