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Bread made with homemade apple yeast

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Here's the first of my uses of my homemade apple yeast, go to my profile here for the link to that instructable, and check that out, and vote for me in the baking contest before New Year's Eve.
This one I use both the homemade yeast, but when I get some of my cider made, I am going to try a loaf with just the cider and apple yeast. Keep a watch for that.
I'll be adding some pictures of the final product tomorrow after it raises and I bake it.
 
 
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Step 1: Ingredients and tools

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I use
2 cups of self rising flour
1 cup of all purpose flour
1 heaping teaspoon of salt
1/2 teaspoon of yeast
1/2 cup of homemade apple yeast
1 cup of warm water

various measuring cups, and spoons
a mixing bowl
a bread pan
chopsticks or other utensil to mix it
a rubber spatula

Step 2: Mix the dry ingredients

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I measured the dry ingredients, the flours, the salt, the dry yeast, and put them into the bowl. Using a set of chop sticks, but any spoon, or spatula would work, I mixed the dry ingredients together

Step 3: Add the liquids

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I made a small well in the dry ingredients and first put in the half cup of apple yeast, mixed a bit, then added the water.
I mixed it first with the chopsticks, then used the spatula to get the dry flour that laid at the bottom of the mix.
I then got my hands damp, and folded the dough onto itself letting the added moisture grab the last of the flour and combine it with the dough.

Step 4: Cover and Wait

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I took a clean dish towel and got it damp with warm water, covering the dough with the dish cloth I placed it in a warm spot.
I am going to let it set over night, and will probably make it after lunch time tomorrow, so giving it 16 to 18 hours to rise.
Lorddrake3 months ago
looks yummy .. can't wait to try it
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