Good Bread


| 5/12/2015 10:17:00 AM


Debbie FrancisDown through the years I’ve learned how to make a pretty good tasting loaf of bread, with a lot of practice. I’ve even started making different types of bread using the same bread recipe. But I do use different recipes of bread. Just to see which one I like the best.

My sisters and I trade recipes back and forth all the time, they knew that I was searching for that one great tasting loaf that you could slice so easy and held up so nice that you could make a sandwich that didn’t fall apart .Well ,my sister In Oklahoma sent me one that she had gotten from a woman she trades with, and she called it Simple Bread.

Well, I decided to try it looked simple enough.

Simple Bread

4 cups warm water
Egg size chunk of lard
1 teaspoon salt
1 good tablespoon yeast
8 1/2 cups flour, divided



In large bowl, stir together warm water, lard, salt and yeast. Add 4 1/2 cups flour and work in





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