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April 12, 2011


Lesley Adams

Yes! I saw an article about making No Knead bread in the NYT a few years ago. Sometimes, if I have extra time, I start it with a little sour dough starter, instead of regular yeast. Yummy either way, and so easy!


My mother-in-law, against my wishes, got me both Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day and the sequel, Healthy Bread in 5 Minutes a Day for Christmas and it has changed my baking world. I was skeptical, but have been won over. Seriously delicious breads. I'm working my way through both books right now, with two doughs in the fridge on any given day. Have fun!


Me too! I've gotten in the habit of baking no-knead bread a couple times a week. I've even taken to buying SAF yeast by the pound.

But the downside is that I feel kind of guilty because I don't buy much anymore from the local bakers like Heidelberg and Pasta's except in the summer when I'm loath to heat up the oven.


It really is miraculous bread. We've been making it for a year or so now and haven't looked back. It's also simple enough for our children to make, which is a bonus.

Holly Knott

Your photos are so enticing... we love homemade bread so I just may have to check out the book and try this! Thanks for posting about it!

Lisa Wright30

What a beautiful loaf of bread!

Jimmy Devil

I heard through the grapevine Dr. Oz is coming to Syracuse-to a little place in liverpool--Earth's Own Market & Cafe---he grew up I believe with one of the producers---that would be great--how come they are not on your radar?--can we get more infro

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