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My starter hasn't been fed in months. I think I'm going to try to revive it this weekend! I have faith! Yay bread!


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I make semi-sourdough, no-knead breads in a frying pan, usually about the thickness of a quite thick focaccia. Often i'll make stuffed ones for dinner - last night was pebre, cheesy sauce and chipotle tempeh bacon (VWAV recipe with chipotle in adobo instead of tomato paste and less liquid smoke). And served with more pebre, because it's so nice.

Sometimes i make steamed buns with various sweet fillings. And little yeast donut hole things that i shallow-fry.

It's been too hot here for a few months to actually bake bread.


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Loomi wrote:
Sometimes i make steamed buns with various sweet fillings. And little yeast donut hole things that i shallow-fry.


I like stuffing bread doughs with savoury fillings like harrisa with chickpeas, dhal and marinated seitan. I havnt tried any sweet fillings yet. Also love making pizza dough and making my pizza in a skillet, give a lush crust also can push the base up the sides and make a lush vegan deep dish!

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oh oh oh pizza, that does sound good. The stuffed dough in the frying pan is filling the hole left in my heart/stomach/mouth by an absence of pizza. But in a month or so i think it'll be cool enough to crank that oven. I'm really not into summer. Damn pizza hole.


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I love bread and making bread. My mom taught me how to make yeast breads in my tweens (ha!) so I've been baking for over twenty years. I currently bake most of our wheat bread (there are three adults and four kids living here) plus sweet breads, muffins and cinnamon rolls of one sort or the other weekly. I'm looking for a really hearty rye bread recipe if anyone has one they like. Oh and pizza! We have that weekly too. Except this week I'm making them into calzones instead. The dough is rising now!


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bexsa wrote:
I love bread and making bread. My mom taught me how to make yeast breads in my tweens (ha!) so I've been baking for over twenty years. I currently bake most of our wheat bread (there are three adults and four kids living here) plus sweet breads, muffins and cinnamon rolls of one sort or the other weekly. I'm looking for a really hearty rye bread recipe if anyone has one they like. Oh and pizza! We have that weekly too. Except this week I'm making them into calzones instead. The dough is rising now!


I have recently started only eating home made bread and am in awe of your bread devotion! I have a rye bread recipe here, its only a quick bread but it is rather hearty! http://invegetableswetrust.wordpress.co ... oda-bread/

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I make sourdough in the bread machine. All our loaves but also bagels, English muffins, pancakes, naan, pitta, burger buns, pizza base, foccacia, cinnamon rolls, waffles.
I love my starter, real life magic and it cheers me up every single time I use it. Every single time.

Bread is pretty bloody amazing.


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Latest addition to the pantheon is this garlic bread of joy: http://fixedlistcook.wordpress.com/2013 ... ad-of-joy/

How awesome is it that you use the same dough as for cinnamon rolls!?


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My go to bread is the dough from the Vegetarian Times sweet potato cinnamon rolls, but I just make it into a loaf. I also use half whole wheat flour to up the nutrition a bit, and then have to add a bit more water to compensate. The sweet potato makes for such a soft dough, and adds a ton of vitamins.

I want to make bagels next week. I've never made them before, but I figure now is as good a time as any.


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Latest addition to the pantheon is this garlic bread of joy: http://fixedlistcook.wordpress.com/2013 ... ad-of-joy/

How awesome is it that you use the same dough as for cinnamon rolls!?


Saw that bread earlier today, looks lush! Who doesnt love garlic??

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I forgot that I absolutely love cornbread. My sister who lives in Amsterdam loves cornbread too and it's just occurred to me recently that I've never made cornbread for her and now I have to do it next time we get together.

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Latvian rye makes the best toast! Ok, I'm obsessed with toast in general, but especially Latvian rye toast.

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I'd love to get into baking my own bread. I've done it a couple of times but every time it really ends up feeling like quite a lot of work and time into something that both doesn't give me much bread and also isn't as tasty as I can easily get from where I work. But I love the idea of being a wicked awesome maker of bread. Like how cool would it be to be that guy who is always bringing fresh baked bread over to his friends house like it's no big deal!

Also. I forkin love bread so much. Foccacia's, French, Ciabatta, Sourdough's... I am really not a fan of anything whole wheat though. Sorry, bran and germ... I don't want you up in my bread.

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Mars- What appliances do you have at home? I make most of my bread with a stand mixer, but I use my food processor sometimes too. If you can use either of those machines, it's really not a lot of work. Certainly much less than hand kneading.


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Yeah, neither of those!

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I use to buy this whole wheat (I think there might be some rye in there too) flat bread they sell at a middle eastern grocery store where I live. I don't know what it's called, but it's so delicious and salty and wow. It has big and sometimes crusty bubbles. I buy several bags at a time (it's really cheap) and then I use it for hummus wraps to eat for lunch for weeks. But sometimes I just eat the bread alone because I can't help myself.

Other than that, and toast bread, I bake most of the bread I eat myself.


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Mars- What appliances do you have at home? I make most of my bread with a stand mixer, but I use my food processor sometimes too. If you can use either of those machines, it's really not a lot of work. Certainly much less than hand kneading.

Or you can just mix up some dough with a fork, ignore it for a few hours and you'll have your windowpanes. Don't add too much yeast. I use maybe a teaspoon for 800g-1000g of flour, and make the dough kinda sticky. I hardly ever knead anymore, nor do i have to clean any kneading appliances that i don't have anyway.

Gluten! The magical animal!!! Of seitan that makes its own windowpanes!!!


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I love bread so forking much. Sometimes I wish I didn't but it is glorious. Fresh baked bread is amazing (although I don't bake my own), but a good seeded wholemeal sliced loaf is awesome too. One of my favourite things is ciabatta with olive oil and balsamic for dipping. Yum.

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it would be easier for me to list the types of bread i don't occasionally get lusty about:

<<crickets>>

love them all. bake them all.
@new guy/gal with glass of beer- what a frigging brilliant idea, putting them through the pasta roller. i will have to do that.

mars, go for it. it is not nearly as hard as it looks, and it's so much fun.

(today i'll be making some sort of long-rise white, maybe pistolet? also some type of savory thing for tomorrow breakfast, like a cinnamon roll with sausage crumbles?)
and my all-time favorite has to be chinese steamed bread. could be stuffed like a bao, or could just be the rolls. that stuff is the BOMB.

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Mars wrote:
I'd love to get into baking my own bread. I've done it a couple of times but every time it really ends up feeling like quite a lot of work and time into something that both doesn't give me much bread and also isn't as tasty as I can easily get from where I work. But I love the idea of being a wicked awesome maker of bread. Like how cool would it be to be that guy who is always bringing fresh baked bread over to his friends house like it's no big deal!

Also. I forkin love bread so much. Foccacia's, French, Ciabatta, Sourdough's... I am really not a fan of anything whole wheat though. Sorry, bran and germ... I don't want you up in my bread.


Made a few quick breads that were nice reacently but this is my go to quick bread for taking over someones house/impressing people cause it sounds cool, its just underneath the chunky vegetable chorbra recipe, I have made it from frechly juice carrot juice and store brought adding a few fennel seeds makes it extra yummy!
http://invegetableswetrust.wordpress.com/2013/01/12/chunky-vegetable-chorba-and-quick-oat-carrot-bread/

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Anyone tried beer bread? There this awesome vegan stout I want to make into bread, I think thats my next venture, today im making pflaumenkuchen for my mum as its not too sweet but is like a sweet yeasted bready cake, shes not a fan of sweet cakes and bars.

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torque wrote:
it would be easier for me to list the types of bread i don't occasionally get lusty about:

<<crickets>>

love them all. bake them all.
@new guy/gal with glass of beer- what a frigging brilliant idea, putting them through the pasta roller. i will have to do that.

mars, go for it. it is not nearly as hard as it looks, and it's so much fun.

(today i'll be making some sort of long-rise white, maybe pistolet? also some type of savory thing for tomorrow breakfast, like a cinnamon roll with sausage crumbles?)
and my all-time favorite has to be chinese steamed bread. could be stuffed like a bao, or could just be the rolls. that stuff is the BOMB.

I'm moving in.

I have tried beer bread. It's great! I actually wish it tasted more like beer.


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Mars, try the Green Monster bread. It's the easiest bread I've ever made, makes a huge loaf, and it tastes great.

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Mars, try the Green Monster bread. It's the easiest bread I've ever made, makes a huge loaf, and it tastes great.


Im making that loaf tomorrow, still cant believe I hadn't made it already!

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Man this thread is hard to post in because I lurve all bread so much. Lately, I've been into making my own tortillas and naan and things that are pretty easy to make not too far in advance. The first time I made whole wheat flour tortillas it took me no time at all and dinner was SO great because of it.

I think a big thing with bread is just making it once and seeing that it's super easy. I love focaccia! I love sandwich bread! I love the olive oil bread from Isa's blog. The last bread I made was in the form of steamed char siu bao from Vegan Eats World. It was SO GOOD! Now I want to make tingmo, these adorable Tibetan steamed breads that I had a few times at a Himalayan restaurant.

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