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What is nicer than the welcoming smell of home made bread? Baking your bread at home may take a little time, but it is well worth the effort, and there is something unmistakable about the taste of fresh baked bread. Remember if you make a big batch of dough you can freeze part of it for later use. Put the dough in loaf size pieces, cook what you need on the day, then freeze what you don't need for later use. You freeze the dough after the first proving and continue the second process after the dough has thoroughly defrosted. This recipe will make three loaves of wholemeal bread. All the successful recipes are stored in the Recipe Directory.
Preparation Time: 45 Minutes
Bread Cooking Time: 1 Hour
Ingredients: Three loaves
1.5kg (3lbs) wholemeal bread flour
75g (3ozs) fresh yeast or 3tsp dried yeast
3tsp brown sugar
50gs (2ozs) lard or fat
825m warm water (hand hot)
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