Looks and sounds yummy. The beer takes the place of the yeast, right?
Man. You are reading a ton of books right now. How are you liking Gonzo? I heart Hunter S. Thompson. <3 <3Oh and the bread looks delicious. When I was underage I had to have my roommate buy me beer so I could cook with it. lol.
Yes, beer = yeast.And the Gonzo book? Seems hard to believe that any book about HST could fail to please, but this one did. It was a 20-minute "read" at best, and for someone who didn't know anything about him it would have been a waste of 20 minutes. There are 2 or 3 other bios that are much better. But of course the best way to absorb Hunter is by reading his books. He was a wild and crazy guy who wrote like a dream and made me laugh.
I assume the bread is tasty or you wouldn't have shared it. How's the texture? Does it store well?
Hi Kitt,Very tasty, with a crumbly texture. It might be hard to slice for sandwiches for example unless you made thick slices. As for storing well... dunno. Bread goes fast in this house so no loaf has been around for more than 24 hours. Maybe I'll freeze a loaf sometime and find out. But baking bread and then freezing it seems heretical. Eating warm bread straight from the oven is why I make bread in the first place!
Thanks! I was mainly just wondering about whether you had to eat it all right away or whether you could store it in the fridge or breadbox overnight. I'll have to try it!
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