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03/13/2011

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Joan Garfield

Wow, Ann this looks amazing! I want to try it!

Ann and Joan

This is a very good web article, with lots of photos showing all of the steps for making no-knead bread:
http://steamykitchen.com/168-no-knead-bread-revisited.html

Suzy Harris

Can't wait to try this Ann. Have you ever tried all three cups using white whole wheat flour? (Happen to have lots of it right now.)

Suzy

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