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Recipe For Pane Tuscana | Tuscan Bread — 18 Comments

  1. It looks like a lovely soft loaf. I’m surprised it doesn’t have any salt in it though.

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    • I was too, but that is probably why it takes two days to make 🙂

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  2. I made your tasty easy peasy bread & it was still very tasty toasted the next morning, smeared with some tasty butter & a good local honey! 🙂 x

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    • that sounds delicious Sophie 🙂

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  3. Beautiful loaf, Tandy! I’m interested to hear how Cordelia goes after her stint in the freezer, I’ve never had much luck with that, but lots of people freeze their starters, so I know it can be done!

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    • I am planning on taking her out of the freezer next week and will let you know 🙂

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  4. Lovely looking bread and like someone else mentioned – think you’ll enjoy Pies and Puds when you get it!

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    • I am now really looking forward to seeing it!

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  5. How I wish that bread wasn’t a likely food intolerance for me, Tandy… I’d love to do more bread making in my retirement. Happy baking… your Tuscan bread looks delicious.
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    • I hope that you get to bake many loaves and enjoy them all!

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  6. What a tasty looking loaf.

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    • Thank you!

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  7. Hi Tandy, glad you enjoyed watching Paul Hollywood making bread. He has just finished a new series here in the UK called Pies and Puds, also very watchable. Interesting to note though when he was on TV here he always used easybake dried yeast. Find it very hard over here to get fresh yeast, so maybe that is why. One supermarket stocks it, but ten miles away another branch does not – Health and Safety stated, the bane of our lives here. Happy New Year to you.. Wendy.

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    • Ooh, I shall look out for that program here Wendy. I don’t bother to buy fresh yeast as it goes off so quickly. Thank you for the visit and a great 2014 to you 🙂

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  8. Lovely looking bread. I will be interested to hear how you find the other recipes in Paul’s book as I am tempted to buy it myself.

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    • Claire, I have only tried two recipes and the second one did not work – after three attempts! I am more than willing to share the recipes with you if you are looking for something specific 🙂

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  9. I think that I need to make a resolution that 2014 will be a homemade bread year. I so want to start, but so far I am on buns and easy to make breads.

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    • You will not regret making your own artisan breads Marta 🙂

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