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Simplified Bread Recipe And Bread-Making Technique Gains Popularity Via E-Mail

September 2, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
A “minimalist” recipe and technique for making bread – developed by a Manhattan bakery and publicized by a New York Times food editor – appears to be catching on, thanks to e-mail. A Coshocton (Ohio) Tribune editor shares the recipe and technique in this article, noting that the original Times piece is the “most e-mailed food article of the New York Times.” The key to the simple recipe is time – about 24 hours worth. But otherwise there is no kneading – it takes only a minute to mix the dough – and no special ingredients or equipment. The result? A loaf of bread with “great crumb, lightness, incredible flavor and an enviable, crackling crust.”
John Laaper , "Challenge has changed the world of bread", Coshocton Tribune, September 02, 2012, © www.coshoctontribune.com
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