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Kneading the Bread

I made bread today, It’s something to fill the gap in time, and makes for a pleasing change.

So it is!

So it is!

Easy to make, well the machine does it all really

How to

How to

 

I toss in a goodly amount of mixed herbs at the beginning,  just a choice , but it adds body to the flavour, and I don’t go adding the olives.

But it does work and it stays fresh and when it’s toasted, well it’s just a sensation

6 comments on “Kneading the Bread

  1. kingmidget
    June 12, 2014

    Few things better than homemade bread. Thanks for sharing. It looks great. I can almost smell it.

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    • Philip Walter
      June 12, 2014

      all ready for the fixings to make a grand sandwich… I can taste it but I have to wait for dinner yet.

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      • kingmidget
        June 13, 2014

        Question is … what beer did you have with the sandwich? By the way, I’m newly even more envious of your beer drinking and reviews. Don’t know if you read it on my blog, but I’ve had to give the stuff up. It was controlling me rather than the other way around and my body, as I near 50, seemed to be losing the ability to metabolize beer. So, I stopped. I’ll live vicariously through your beer reviews and my friends who continue drinking beer.

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      • Philip Walter
        June 13, 2014

        That’s not good. But not dwelling on that. The Celt experience Silures, which suited it fine.

        I have a really truly weird beer to drink coming up, stand by.

        I’m getting close to 400 beers and the cap jar is nearly full, I thought I’d be close to stopping, but we will see.

        Another aside, recently I had two beers by Behemoth, the sacreligious saisons. Seems there truly were only 150 litres of each made. True craft. Seems also the brewer didn’t get the oaks done right and is embarrassed by it.

        Stay well, travel swiftly.

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      • kingmidget
        June 13, 2014

        I look forward to the weird beer. I’m in awe of the fact that you have been able to keep your reviews going as long as you have with new beers continuing to crop up. And I think the returns to old beers to see what you think of them now is a great idea.

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      • Philip Walter
        June 13, 2014

        It is, and I should for some of them. I have a Thornbridge Jaipur beer that I brought recently, Which was Beer #27 of my list, I’m looking forward to having a second go at that, since I thought it was the ducks nuts

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