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beginner s bread a pantry recipe


i am publishing a series of recipes that use items from your pantry. these recipes are good for emergency survival, camping, job loss and other situations where surviving off staples may be needed. since these recipes require canned or packaged goods they may not be as good as if you use fresh - but feel free to substitute fresh for packaged.


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  1. Mix dry ingredients together
  2. Add oil and water
  3. Mixing with a fork until sticky and stiff
  4. Start mixing with your hands to form a nice dough ball
  5. If it is too sticky add flour if too dry add water
  6. Add just a teaspoon at a time
  7. When your dough balls nicely then turn it out onto floured counter
  8. Knead the dough
  9. To knead do you press it
  10. Fold it
  11. Stretch it
  12. Turn it
  13. Repeat
  14. Continue kneading for a full 5 minutes
  15. This is very important
  16. Do not short this step
  17. Let dough rest a few minutes
  18. Clean your bowl and spray it with a little oil
  19. Put dough in bowl and turn to coat with oil
  20. Place dough in a warm spot to rise and cover with a tea towel
  21. Dough should double in size
  22. This may take upto 2 hours
  23. When dough has risen punch it down with your fist to force the air out
  24. Knead dough again just long enough to get all the air out
  25. Let dough rest while you oil a loaf pan
  26. Put doughball in pan and cover with teatowel
  27. Let rise again until double in bulk
  28. Set the oven to 350 cook for 30-40 minutes or until golden brown
  29. Carefully turn the hot bread out of the pan and onto a dishtowel on the counter
  30. Thump the bottom with your finger
  31. If it sounds hollow then it is done
  32. "if it doesnt sound hollow
  33. Then put it back into the pan and bake it some more"
  34. Allow the bread to cool down for a few minutes before slicing it

Step 28

Total Time in Minute 260

Ingredients Count 6

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