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« on: November 07, 2007 07:30:54 PM »

I don't know if anyone else has had this problem but bread tends to go bad in my house as my boyfriend and I eat very little of it. Just the occasional PB&J or Ham sandwich urge.Finding half a loaf at the grocery store is not easy either as my grocery store does not carry it. SO, I was wondering if anyone might have a small batch recipe for just plain white bread. I have the cookbook "Small Batch Baking" by Debbie Maugans Nakos which is great but I noticed she tends to have mostly sweets or tea bread recipes with a few seasoned bread recipes like the Country Style Bread or Olive Bread which might work but I really just want a simple white bread recipe that I could bake in a mini loaf pan. So if anyone has a recipe that fits this description please please please share. Grin
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« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2007 04:20:35 PM »

the most basic white bread recipe i have is

1 kg bread flour
600mL water
20g dried active yeast
20g salt

it can be scaled down as small as you need.  this recipe makes 4 baguettes, so 1/4 recipe would be more than enough for a mini loaf Cheesy

« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2007 10:13:21 AM »

I don't eat much bread either. I keep my bread in the freezer. It only takes about a minute for it to thaw out, and it will stay good forever.
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