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This time I added 3 T. whole wheat flour, and 3 T. rye flour to the bread flour, making a total of 3 cups. The rest of the recipe is the same. This was the combination used for "country french bread" in my mastercook program, I formed it into two baguettes and baked for 30 minutes.

The bread is more dense and the holes are not as big, but the taste is excellent. Had my dad over for lunch today and made him a nice big sandwich on it. He said it was my best loaf yet. Next one to try has cranberries and pecans.

Maryann
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  Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread Mare749 This time I added 3 ...
Oooh, cranberries and pecans sound wonderful!
Jan

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  Re: Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread Half_Baked Oooh, cranberries an...
Jan, the recipe and video are on breadtopia.com. Very nice little website you might want to check out.

Maryann
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  Re: Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread Mare749 Jan, the recipe and ...
Thank you MaryAnn!

The site is terrific.
Jan

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  Re: Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread Mare749 Jan, the recipe and ...
Thank you MaryAnn! That is an incredible website! We'll be in the new house in 3 weeks and two days! I'll have a real oven with my hearthkit inside and while I'm baking the bread here on the boat I'm sure it'll be much better there. I've got some dried sourdough I'm dying to mix up again! I'm really looking forward to playing!
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  Re: Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread Harborwitch Thank you MaryAnn! [...
Wow, Sharon, with that excitement, it'll be the best bread ever.
Jan

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  Re: Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread Half_Baked Wow, Sharon, with th...
Sharon, I'm so happy for you! As cool as it sounds to live on a boat, it's nice to have all the room that a house provides as well. Hope you love it!
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  Re: Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread Mare749 Sharon, I'm so happy...
It's a strange thing. There are so many things I'm going to miss about the boat - and living here. It's a beautiful house - but there are no muskrats and otters swimming around, no coyotes and sea lions barking at night, or sheep baaaaing. We won't be under the flyway for the geese and swans.

But I'll have a beautiful kitchen, 1500 more sq feet, room for an herb garden and so much more, including not having to watch this place go down the drain! It's a bit of a trade off!
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  Re: Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread Mare749 Sharon, I'm so happy...
Mare, that variation sounds great - I brot my pans for the bread with me on this trip, but I haven't made it yet. In Salt Lake we'll be there a few days, so that's probably when I'll try it, but I'll try your version when I get home, I'm not going to buy those flours when I have them in my pantry...
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  Re: Another variation on 18 hr. no-knead bread cjs Mare, that variation...
I wish I had the rye and whole wheat. I do have some European bread flour that I think I'll use today.
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