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    Default Any bakers on here?

    I love to bake and I bake anything from cup cakes to actual yeast risen bread. My favorite bread so far is Anadama bread. I love the color brown without having to work so hard to get the dough right to get whole wheat to rise. I still thinking about learning whole wheat but I am waiting for the right time where it won't be difficult to keep the elements right for a big fluffy loaf of whole wheat bread.

    Anyone else out there like to bake?

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    I have a bread machine that does most of the work but I get my hands dirty (doughy) now and again. I'm not great at it but I'm not too picky and it can be fun. Nice color on your loaves

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    There's lots of bakers and cooks here. Come and see all the recipes in the Foodies Group!

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    I love cooking and baking especially!

    Snickerdoodle cookies, brownies, French bread, and once I was asked to make hardtack by a civil war reenacting friend.

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    I sent a request to the group. Thanks Zipperless I never really thought about looking for a group on this forum. Trever I appreciate the comment. I do not have a bread machine because it takes all the fun out of making bread. Plus most of my recipes that I do I have a feel for how to make them the way I like.

    I need to try different ways to make my bread different than the recipes I experiment but I often times get stuck on one way to make some of the recipes that I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLPPebble View Post
    I sent a request to the group. Thanks Zipperless I never really thought about looking for a group on this forum. Trever I appreciate the comment. I do not have a bread machine because it takes all the fun out of making bread. Plus most of my recipes that I do I have a feel for how to make them the way I like.

    I need to try different ways to make my bread different than the recipes I experiment but I often times get stuck on one way to make some of the recipes that I do.
    I guess I'm more results-focused when it comes to bread. I very rarely buy it anymore, so it's just an ongoing chore. My mother made bread by hand for fifty-some years but decided that a machine was okay most of the time as well. I'll focus my creative efforts on things that aren't such staples.

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    i cheat and use packets
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    not one of my best, but we only have a microwave-combi and it loses heat fast, so all heat and time instructions are thrown out of the window and i go by eye and nose.
    packets are great for a small kitchen with a lack of labour-saving devices. and you needn't buy the expensive brands, the own-brand ones are often better (simpler and more homely) than the named-brands.

    the only gadget i have is an electric handwhisk; great for jammy spongecake:
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    of course, i do sometimes do stuff from scratch:
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    i hate the clean-up, though. that's probably the only time that i miss not having children.

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    The men in my family have always done the baking. I was 12 before I had my first slice of store bought bread. My father taught me and grandpa taught him. This goes back four generations.
    Sadly when I came down with diabetes I had to give up the carbs.
    My youngest daughter is now the baker in the family.

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    My wife does, and she made me promise to make her an wood fired furnace for her bread and pizza's

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    I like the way the bread looks. Nice colors! It reminds me of King's Hawaiian rolls but bigger in size!

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    I have not seen a jammy spongecake in years. It's got to be almost 30 years ago the last time I ate one during the holidays. My Aunt used to make a lot of jammy spongecakes. I remember I used to help my mother make fudge bars and lemon bars during the holidays. I miss those times. Good job!

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