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make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!

 
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Used whole grain stone ground not all purpose bleached flour. The yeast doesn't look activated to me. After sitting overnight it looks like a lump of dough with unactivated yeast in it. Wouldn't want to eat unactivated yeast.

It's in the oven. I expect to get an uneatable brick out.

Yeast needs sugar to activate.

Waste of 3 cups of flour.
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Yeast plus flour and water works just fine. You don't need sugar. It just speeds up the process.

P.S. There are endless ways to make bread.

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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
I made up my own recipe for REAL 5 minute bread...

2 cups flour
1 cup baking soda
1 1/2 cup vineager
1/4 cup salt

Put all the dry stuff in bowl..
add vineager...let rise for a couple minutes...bake that puppy...

There ya go!
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Used whole grain stone ground not all purpose bleached flour. The yeast doesn't look activated to me. After sitting overnight it looks like a lump of dough with unactivated yeast in it. Wouldn't want to eat unactivated yeast.

It's in the oven. I expect to get an uneatable brick out.

Yeast needs sugar to activate.

Waste of 3 cups of flour.
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How old was the yeast? It is a living organism and has a shelf life. Maybe your yeast was dead.
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
I made up my own recipe for REAL 5 minute bread...

2 cups flour
1 cup baking soda
1 1/2 cup vineager
1/4 cup salt

Put all the dry stuff in bowl..
add vineager...let rise for a couple minutes...bake that puppy...

There ya go!
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1/4 CUP of salt?

I think you made poison, lol!
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
Used whole grain stone ground not all purpose bleached flour. The yeast doesn't look activated to me. After sitting overnight it looks like a lump of dough with unactivated yeast in it. Wouldn't want to eat unactivated yeast.

It's in the oven. I expect to get an uneatable brick out.

Yeast needs sugar to activate.

Waste of 3 cups of flour.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6845711


How old was the yeast? It is a living organism and has a shelf life. Maybe your yeast was dead.
 Quoting: Real list


you could make croutons of crackers or chips with it
cut into thin slices, add some olive oil and garlic and you'll have delectable chips to munch on
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12/13/2011 04:50 AM
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
I dont know if Australian flour is differnt to yours but when I dumped my dough out onto the bench before putting it in the oven it seemed waywaywaywaywayway too wet and almost runny.
I folded it a couple of times with flour wich made me able to actually pick it up and put it in my hot pot. I will let you know how it turns out.

:)
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OK, this recipe has turned into a half risen brick :/ I was quite excited about making my own bread too :(
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wtf...."wait 24 hours"???...I wanted that shit NOW!
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take 4 minutes of your time and go start a batch now!
this time tomorrow it'll be in your mouth!
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24 hours, 5 minutes, what's the difference?
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5 minutes you actively work on it
20 hours you go live your life doing whatever else you want.

no, i KID! it is a trick, you MUST stare at the bread rising for EVERY SINGLE MINUTE until it is ready for the oven. you cannot move, eat or go to the bathroom. you can do NOTHING but MONITOR the bread rising in the bowl...each and every precious second.
mwahahahahaha!

your life will be consumed.

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I do that with my homebrew already, what is it about things that ferment that we must observe the changes in whatever it is as they yeast converts sugars into alcohol and c02.

Oh wait, you were kidding!!! o.O
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Second batch is out of the oven and it smells like heaven. TY OP for the gift. Will make another batch for the Christmas party. This is soooo easy and your tips took a lot of the guess work out of the learning curve. Thank you again.

My grandma always said "Everyone should at least be able to cook a loaf of bread". This recipe makes it so easy even I can cook a loaf.
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Second batch is out of the oven and it smells like heaven. TY OP for the gift. Will make another batch for the Christmas party. This is soooo easy and your tips took a lot of the guess work out of the learning curve. Thank you again.

My grandma always said "Everyone should at least be able to cook a loaf of bread". This recipe makes it so easy even I can cook a loaf.
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wow, yum!!! you did a great job :)
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ok i let it sit for 24 hours and i about to put it in the oven
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ok i let it sit for 24 hours and i about to put it in the oven
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i must have done something wrong ...mine taste like shit...too yeasty or something...aaahhh fuck
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
mine turned out very nicely !
hfthanks again !
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
ok i let it sit for 24 hours and i about to put it in the oven
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i must have done something wrong ...mine taste like shit...too yeasty or something...aaahhh fuck
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dang! how much yeast did you put in?
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
ok i let it sit for 24 hours and i about to put it in the oven
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i must have done something wrong ...mine taste like shit...too yeasty or something...aaahhh fuck
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dang! how much yeast did you put in?
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you know it was just supposed to be 1/4th pf a tspn, right?
not tablespoon?
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mine turned out very nicely !
hfthanks again !
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i'm so glad! :)
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
This is a GREAT all-around bread making website with these two videos explaining no-knead breadmaking in a little more detail.

These vids have some tips specific to no-knead bread that are really helpful especially if you are not already a breadmaker.

[link to www.breadtopia.com] 2 NO KNEAD BREAD VIDEOS

They explain some of the steps that were left out of the original NY Times video. (Those guys were already experienced bakers.)





This link goes to a sourdough starter video.

[link to www.breadtopia.com] SOURDOUGH STARTER

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doing some now

22 hours to go...lol



first time with this recipe but not my first making bread


let you know how it turned out tomorrow at this time
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doing some now

22 hours to go...lol



first time with this recipe but not my first making bread


let you know how it turned out tomorrow at this time
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I have one in the oven now. I gave it about a 12 hour initial rise, and that seemed like plenty. I can't wait to see how this one turns out.
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
I changed the recipe of this bread a bit and made a very similar version in about 5 hours, for those that may be interested and not wanting to wait as long. I added a whole packet of rapid rising yeast and then about two spoonfuls of sugar. I'm going to try uploading a pic and we'll see if it works.
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I uploaded the pic as a smilie, as soon as it's approved I'll post a pic of my 5 hour bread so you guys can see.
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
I changed the recipe of this bread a bit and made a very similar version in about 5 hours, for those that may be interested and not wanting to wait as long. I added a whole packet of rapid rising yeast and then about two spoonfuls of sugar. I'm going to try uploading a pic and we'll see if it works.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


That is basically what I did with my first loaf, and it was great. I used a whole teaspoon+ of yeast plus a little honey then let it rise 4 hours....

It was very crusty, with lots of open structure and bubbles inside. Delicious too. It made the best toast that I have ever eaten.
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Xmas party loaf was the best! I am finding the right warm spot next to th heater for the bread to rise. One loaf didn't raise well but made great doggy biscuts. Will make another today for my BFF. ;-)
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Wow. The aroma just hit me. The house smells great right now.

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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
I changed the recipe of this bread a bit and made a very similar version in about 5 hours, for those that may be interested and not wanting to wait as long. I added a whole packet of rapid rising yeast and then about two spoonfuls of sugar. I'm going to try uploading a pic and we'll see if it works.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


I hope this works, I don't know how to post custom smilies

bread

This was similar to the original recipe, but only took 5 hours to make including the time to bake. Very similar, crunchy crust.
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I changed the recipe of this bread a bit and made a very similar version in about 5 hours, for those that may be interested and not wanting to wait as long. I added a whole packet of rapid rising yeast and then about two spoonfuls of sugar. I'm going to try uploading a pic and we'll see if it works.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


I hope this works, I don't know how to post custom smilies

bread

This was similar to the original recipe, but only took 5 hours to make including the time to bake. Very similar, crunchy crust.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


Wow, nice!
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Re: make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!
I changed the recipe of this bread a bit and made a very similar version in about 5 hours, for those that may be interested and not wanting to wait as long. I added a whole packet of rapid rising yeast and then about two spoonfuls of sugar. I'm going to try uploading a pic and we'll see if it works.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


I hope this works, I don't know how to post custom smilies

bread

This was similar to the original recipe, but only took 5 hours to make including the time to bake. Very similar, crunchy crust.
 Quoting: Laura Bow


Wow, nice!
 Quoting: DonHeau


Thank you, it's not the same as a slow 18 hour rise, but it is extremely good and if you don't want to wait it'll do just fine :) I used my le Creuset cast iron pot, that thing is SO awesome!!

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