Another easy bread

Hi Everyone, Back in 2007, I shared with you, what The New York Times’ Mark Bittman (aka The Minimalist) and Jim Lahey served up bread-loving folks the world over, No-Knead Bread. The No-Knead bread is a type of artisan bread that requires just 4 ingredients, no kneading, and a long, slow ferment. It is then baked in a very hot environment resulting in a crust that cracks, pops and shatters. The inside is hearty, meaty and full of large nooks and crannies for butter and jam to languish luxuriously. Oh that Jim Lahey bread is outstanding.

Now while that original No-Knead bread is excellent, the entire process is rather long, lasting from 16 to 18 hours depending on your location and temperature conditions. It requires special equipment,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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