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Artisan Bread

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  • 3 cups bread flour (all-purpose, extra for dusting)
  • 1/4 tsp. active dry yeast
  • 1 1/2 tsp. sea salt
  • 1 3/4 cups water (room temperature)
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    Calories370Calories from Fat20
    Total Fat2g3%
    Saturated Fat0g0%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat20
    Total Carbohydrate75g25%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A0%
    Vitamin C

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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    Cindi Wang a year ago
    Perfect every time, super easy recipe
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    Lawrence 2 years ago
    Came out very well and I really liked the texture
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    Keanu 2 years ago
    For as simple as it is, the taste and presentation are really lacking. Has a gummy texture despite proofing for 12+ hours.
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    Emily 2 years ago
    My bread came out perfectly! The texture is amazing I let my bread rise in the fridge for over 18 hours. I recommend adding olive oil and spices, but it amazing nonetheless!
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    Dave 2 years ago
    It was a great breadstick yummy..
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    ElvenWolf 2 years ago
    While the recipe is easy, my bread hasn’t turned out quite right I feel. I’ve made it three times now and each time it’s come out a little dense and seemingly underdone (even when I add time to the bake). It could just be me not doing something right as I’m new to making bread.
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    Lin Cee 2 years ago
    It was sooooo easy to make with everything that I already had in my pantry. I will be making more.
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    June O. 2 years ago
    Turned our great. could have been a little crunchier.
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    Liz 2 years ago
    Turns out great every time!
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    Ashley Auld 2 years ago
    Absolutely perfect. Followed recipe exactly. Let rise for about 18 hours as instructed.
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    Sarah Tickal 2 years ago
    I used 3 1/2 cups all purpose flour 7grams of yeast 1tbsp of himalayan sea salt 2 cups water 24 hours of rising delicious!
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    B K 2 years ago
    This dough behaves quite different from what I am used to. It turned out ‘okay’. If you are skilled at combining ingredients you will likely have better luck than me as the recipe is straightforward.
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    Vaash VanDi 2 years ago
    Super easy, and turned out great. Just need to remember to take my wedding ring off when handling the dough next time.
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    Nicole Wall 2 years ago
    Could not measure such a small amount of yeast, so had 1/2 tsp. Still then it did not rise a lot. Will try again but leave out of fridge overnight
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    Luis Fernando G. 2 years ago
    Awesome a simple recipe, great traste! Simply super easy specially if your baking bread for the first time!
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    Christina Silveira 3 years ago
    Turned out great. tried if with whole wheat flour. the crunchy crust was to die for . thank you
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    Erica Alvino 3 years ago
    Easy and tasted amazing
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    Julia Hoffman 3 years ago
    Came out great! Tastes really good. I make it with whole wheat flour and start thinking of adding nuts and grains.
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    Brayton M. 3 years ago
    Tastes great! Serves as a great foundational recipe!
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    Nicole F. 3 years ago
    this was so easy to make, tasted delicious perfect for toasting and using for a charcuterie board or a dip. also I live in an apartment with a very small oven and I don't have a mini Dutch oven so I put foil over top of a glass pan and it filled out with a little bit of water and then put a dish with water on the lower rack and it turned out perfect
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    Meta Murphy 3 years ago
    This was super easy and just excellent. The recipe notes were very helpful because at points I wasn’t sure it would turn out either. The outcome is just an amazing loaf. This is a 5 star recipe but for some reason I can only highlight 4.
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    Hello 3 years ago
    It was very good! The picture made it look a bit bigger than it actually was. I will be making it again!
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    Groner 3 years ago
    I was starting to think I was terrible at making bread then I tried this recipe. This turned out amazing, I'm definitely making it again. The crust was crispy without being hard and the interior is so pillowy and soft. I baked this for 20 minutes exactly.
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    Swift 3 years ago
    Crunchy crust very yummy.
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    Chuck 3 years ago
    Excellent! I'm making this again this weekend because we gobbled the loaves down! Nom!
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    Angie B 3 years ago
    Not too bad for my first time making bread! I did add sugar to the mix, and I let it rise for 24 hours. I also took the water bath out after the 20 minutes because the crust was still soft. Three to five minutes extra with no steam helped it crisp right up. Will be making again with my own tweaks!
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    Daz Jensen 3 years ago
    Easy to make and delicious!
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    jaku uys 3 years ago
    Made it with white bread flour and instead of just water I used half water, half milk came out super nice
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    Cindy S. 3 years ago
    Excellent, definitely making again
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    Kevin Meunier 3 years ago
    It turned out great I think I need another go at it to be honest