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Re: Re: Breads

Melody, my mother  did and does make great bread but I could not learn from 
her as she would say just add some of this and a little of that, etc.  I took 
a bread class many years ago and it was one of the best few hrs I could have 
invested.  For me to learn I need to know how the ingedients interact with 
each other and why you do each step.  I have never had a bread failure due to 
the information I recd from that  class.  Now, I too, add some of this and a 
little of that but I could go back to measured ingredients if I needed to.
    Sweet breads are my gift to all my neighbors.  I take one night and work 
many batches of bread and my husband delivers early morning.

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