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post #151 of 230
Kneaded some dough destined for failure. Will post pics in a couple of hours.
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post #153 of 230
What did you make? Doesn't look too bad.
post #154 of 230
Whole wheat grain bread. (Is that a tautology?)

I'm now gonna try a slice with some butter and goat cheese. Will report back.
post #155 of 230
With sausage:



Too yeasty and lacking some flavour, salt maybe. Not bad, but I don't no if I'll be frequenting this bakery.
post #156 of 230
You gotta think that practice makes perfect. At least, that is what I told myself after my bread making tries this past week. Mine kind of looked like that: small bubbles, dense looking.
post #157 of 230
I know this thread constitutes making bread at home but do you guys have a preference for store bought whole wheat bread? I've been using the WW from Whole Foods and its surprisingly good but I thought I'd ask in here to see if there were any better options.
post #158 of 230
i have a feeling they're all made in a same or similar factories.

my wegmans bakes their own bread so i either get those or go to a local bakery. i find they're generally about the same price ($2-3 for a big baguette $4-5 for a big country loaf)

you dont have local bakeries near you?
post #159 of 230
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With sausage:



Too yeasty and lacking some flavour, salt maybe. Not bad, but I don't no if I'll be frequenting this bakery.
Jesus, man.
post #160 of 230
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post
i have a feeling they're all made in a same or similar factories. my wegmans bakes their own bread so i either get those or go to a local bakery. i find they're generally about the same price ($2-3 for a big baguette $4-5 for a big country loaf) you dont have local bakeries near you?
No, not really. I know WF farms out their baking to an offsite plant, at least in this area. Fuck, for $3 I can't really beat it. Plus, its organic and/or all natural (can't remember which or both) and fairly tasty.
post #161 of 230
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Jesus, man.
You don't like the sausage?
post #162 of 230
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You don't like the sausage?
Boy that's an understatement.
post #163 of 230
Google translate tells me, it may also be called liverwurst at your end.

This one's pretty good.
post #164 of 230
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Google translate tells me, it may also be called liverwurst at your end.

This one's pretty good.

my Pop Pop would always eat liverwurst and knockwurst.

Rambo stick with the WF bread,unless your publix has an onsite bakery.
post #165 of 230
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Rambo stick with the WF bread,unless your publix has an onsite bakery.
Publix bread BLOWS.
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