Lunch bread

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We needed bread for sandwiches so I decided to bake some rather than going to the shop. I am starting to get the hand of dried yeast and managed to make some of the nicest bread I’ve made. To make the bread: activate 15g of yeast in a bowl with a teaspoon of sugar and 150ml of luke warm water. Once  frothing (10minutes later) add anther 350ml of luke warm water, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 1.5 teaspoons of salt, some dried oregano, 300ml rye flour and enough plain flour to make it into a dough. Knead the dough for 5minutes and leave it to rise for 1hour. Knead the dough again, divide the dough and shape to two loaves. Place directly on a baking tray (or as I wanted it for sandwiches I buttered two loaf tins and put pumpkin seeds inside before placing the loaves in the tins). Leave the loaves to rise again for another hour before baking at 225degrees for 30minutes. The sandwiches are now ready for work and I’m lucking forward to lunch 🙂

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