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On another note have any of you guys used milk? Ive been told it makes the dough really soft.
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I haven't but I know someone that has. It works great at 450-550, but I would not think it would work at WFO temps.
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I always use sugar, white refined straight from the packet, I also add powdered milk, never had a problem with the dough.
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I always use sugar, white refined straight from the packet, I also add powdered milk, never had a problem with the dough.
Al, can you post your recipe - I will give it a shot this weekend. Sounds a lot like what I used in the bread machine. Sorry for the delay, sometimes it takes a while to sink in

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Basic white bread.

All mixing is done in a mixer with a dough hook, this eliminates the hand kneading process.

Multiples of the recipe can be mixed.

250 grams good quality high protein bakers flour, unbleached.
1 teaspoon dried yeast.
1 teaspoon sugar.
1/4 teaspoon salt.
1/4 teaspoon olive oil
1 teaspoon powdered milk.
Enough warm water to make a thick dough, 65% percent hydration is ideal.
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