No knead bread

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  1. hawkeyefxr

    Norcalbaker59 Well-Known Member

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    @hawkeyefxr,

    Sorry for the delayed response; I was busy on a ton of projects, then away for a bit. The loaf looks gorgeous. Next time I’m out visiting my son in Texas I’m going to have to trade the Harley trick:D

    By the way what type of Dutch oven do you use? Mine is an AllClad stainless steel but I’m thinking about getting a enamel covered cast iron.
     
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    Buying a Harley to get good bread is a touch expensive as regards bread, does wonders for your feelings while riding it though.

    My Dutch Oven is a uuni
    https://uk.ooni.com/collections/sho...k8mtJJdD6JXXdPO6MuSUwRMbaGjBUewhoCC04QAvD_BwE

    It's cast iron but not enamelled, they give a detailed description of how to season it and it works perfectly. Of course you don't wash it after, that would destroy the seasoning. It a great item and makes a good sized loaf.
     
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    Norcalbaker59 Well-Known Member

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    That’s a nice looking cast-iron Dutch oven. I love the shape. I love cast iron. I regularly use my cast iron skillets. Got those babies seasoned first by applying a layer of oil and baking them in the oven. Then to get that good seasoning on it I fried bacon in them every day for several
    weeks:D
     
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