Homemade bread in one hour

lalaland

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looks incredible - can't wait for a cool day at home to be able to try it. thanks for posting it
 

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I want to try this!

I never thought of canning my snow cone flavoring! Great idea! I have been addicted to them this summer! Cherry and orange are my favorites but the boys like blue raspberry and lime.
 

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Thanks for this! I have been trying to tweak my bread recipe for a reasonable sandwich bread. I will be giving the 4 loaf version a try first thing tomorrow. With the holiday weekend, I will need lots of bread for my guys.
 

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Thanks much! It looks great, and I love that it skips the 2nd raising. I will be trying this for sure this fall/winter. Love the name of your blog, too :D
 

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You're welcome. :) Please let us all know how the recipe turns out for you all. Okay?
 

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Thanks so much for this recipe, as a working mom and wife, my time is short so I love any short-cuts, and my guys love fresh baked bread.

Love your blog!:love
 

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Aw, thanks, deb4o. :) So, did anyone try making the bread? How'd it go?

Ya know, just as an fyi, I seem to get a weird side split on my loaves. I slit the dough in the pans when I made more early this morning and that solved the problem. I got prettier loaves.
 
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