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January 08, 2014


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I highly recommend the book "Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day" by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois. Very similar technique, but even faster with lots of variations.

Thanks for a fun blog!


Hi Lucy, I have also made three loaves of bread from this recipe. it is soooo easy and soooo tasty. What fun!!!

Liz Davey

I've read about this bread before, but never had the courage to try it. May be I'll give it a go because it looks fab.

Jo Moore

It's a great recipe. I've made it using good old plain flour and it worked just as well.


That looks positively delicious. Good job


Love the idea of making it in a pan, will def try that, and thanks Kathleen for the idea for the book, will look that up too! I have recently made 7 different types of cookies that seemed to go doen very well with people, perfect for visitors and a cup of coffee, pop over and check it out! http://eclectichomelife.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/christmas-cookie-making-number-3.html


Mmmmmm! I can almost imagine the smell! Think I might try this tomorrow.

Beautiful photos as usual!


I almost dribbled onto my keyboard reading this... W O W, it looks amazing! Save a slice for me!
Jones x


Beste wensen voor 2014 lucy and family.

I thought everyone knew about this bread, is it not wonderful and easy.
Been making it for a few years, i use at our caravan and then cook it on the bbq.

Have fun with the connievan this year, we love ours.

Marti Majino

Hurray! I agree, I love baking bread when we are stuck inside. I'll have to try this recipe!


I discovered bread making about 3 years ago and have not looked back I think you are at the start of a long voyage of discovery and heavenly delights once you get the bug and realise its simplicity it enhances your life and just wait until you get kneading!!! What an amazing stress buster that is and the added benefit of delicious bread at the end makes it even better :0)

Jacky Russell

I made this last week. It is very easy, but makes quite a heavy, dense loaf and although I enjoyed a slice, it is a bit too heavy for me x


Sounds wonderful. I like making bread but the time can be a problem. I LOVE the idea of mixing then leaving it to do its thing uninterrupted. Thanks so much for the recipe - I'll be giving it a go very soon.

Winwick Mum

It looks fantastic, thanks for sharing! We've been using a borrowed bread-maker but I'll definitely give this loaf a go xx


I've been using this recipe for a while now, and it is just amazing! It really is the best feeling to unveil your beautiful, professional looking loaf of bread, especially after actually having to do so little work to make it!

Jenny Redman

Hi Lucy, I discovered this bread on Rhonda's Down-To-Earth blog in Australia in 2013. I also thought it sounds too good to be true...but isn't is wonderful? So easy, so tasty and it looks so impressive. I rejoice with every loaf :)


I've heard of no-knead bread, and yours looks particularly delicious. There'll be no stopping you now!

Maggie Rapps

Followed your recipe. Perfect bread. Definitely going to try next with herbs.


I bake whole wheat bread using my wheat grinder. BUT I get rather tired of it and so... here I go to the kitchen to give your recipe a whirl...thank you sooooo much for the inspiration.

Ligia Seabra

The bread looks delicious! I definitely have to try it. :)

Linda kwong

Cannot wait to try your recipe - thank you


We've been making a similar recipe for many years and it's really wonderful. We even bake it for holidays like Christmas and Easter because it's so good and feels much fancier than it really is.


Yummmmmm - how easy is that!! I use a bread machine but I am going to try this recipe - looks so good!

Angela-Southern USA

Congrats! It looks wonderful! I imagine many, many, more in your future. :))I love bread making, I started as a child, so never had the fear we seem to develop as adults. (We seem to over think things.lol)Another quick and easy yeasty recipe: Yeast rolls/muffins (US terms)
2.5 teaspoons of rapid rise yeast
2 cups hot water(from the tap)
mix the yeast in water & set aside
1 stick(8 Tablespoons) of butter
melted and mixed with 1/4cup sugar
1 egg, slightly beaten, then mix
in butter/sugar mixture.
Add all of above ingredients
together, then stir in 4 cups of
self rising flour, batter will be
loose and lumpy.
Preheat oven 350F, lightly grease
muffin tins and fill have full,
bake for 10 minutes or til golden.
turn out of tins while hot.
yields:24 muffins/rolls
Can be mixed the day before, stored in fridge over night and bake the next day. A family fave, and quick to made.Happy bread making!


I've been baking bread for over 40 years. My hands don't work so well anymore and I am thrilled with this recipe! You are such a multi-talented girl :-)

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