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 Post subject: Lollygram - Favorite Type of Bread?
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If memory serves, Lolly's was cornbread.

I love it too, but lately I've been on a kick for whole multigrain, a bit dark with lots of semi crunchy variety.

Really, I like all kinds, with very few exceptions. I like rye but not caraway seed, and with 'appy polly woggies to JimZ, please leave the dill out of my bread.


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I must be strange in my "likes", but I like a good solid white or sourdough. ;)


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No Knead Bread in a Black Cast Iron Pot (see recipes)


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Sourdough is probably my favorite.


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:lol: :lol: :lol: Chawlie, I got a starter going now for my week end bread making, and I promise not to put any of that funny stuff in it. I hope. My favorite store bought bread is Roman Meal Multi Grain bread. Toasts up great and make some of the best grilled cheeze sandwiches.


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Sharkys Pal wrote:
I must be strange in my "likes", but I like a good solid white or sourdough. ;)


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freshly baked. nothing is better than a slab of butter on a piece of fresh out of the oven bread.


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When available, in this order (tho' I'm loathe to make lists because they can be slippery slopes):

Plain white bread. I shudder to even imagine eating a Vienna sossige sammich with white bread that is so soft it almost sticks to the teefies!

Corn bread: so versatile, as in sweet or savory. Picture it: a bowl of soup de jour bedded with corn bread. Yums galore!...Or, say, a bowl of, well, corn bread with a good soaking of buttermilk and generous squirts of honey. Double my Yums!...(an aside: Once made some corn bread from scratch and forgot to add any salt. Land-O-Lakes, Batman! I had used unsalted butter and forgot the salt! Fambly and friends were I such a tizzy that they almost demanded back somma my Andy Warhol minutes.

Sourdough: I love sourdough almost as much as love dough-- "dough" as in cash money. But what yoosta send me sour was that I would find that sourdough bread has never, ever, met a microwave that kneads, er, needs, each other. Now, If I have to requite a geaux box with sourdough, I heat 'em in an oven, wrapped in tin ferl!

Perhaps my dear buddy tigersbh or others, can hip me to another method of re-heating sourdough bread.


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