Comment from: Ulrike [Visitor]
UlrikeIch habe ja gleich die Wassermenge reduziert... und beim ersten Versuch kam klitsch heraus! Das Original-Rezept ist meiner Meinung nach nur f?r proteinreichere Mehle geeignet.
2007-11-26 @ 09:32
Comment from: Rosa [Visitor]
RosaSch?n! Das Brot sieht sehr gut aus!

Gruss,

Rosa
2007-11-26 @ 09:40
Comment from: zorra [Visitor]
zorraIch musste die Wassermenge auch reduzieren und zwar ziemlich viel, weil ich es nicht in der Form backen wollte.
2007-11-26 @ 10:04
Comment from: breadchick [Visitor]
breadchickI love how tight the crumb is in the sandwich loaf. Nice job on this month's challenge!
2007-11-26 @ 17:04
Comment from: Deborah [Visitor]
DeborahAlthough I can't read it, it looks wonderful!!
2007-11-26 @ 22:37
Comment from: Eva [Visitor]
EvaDie Struktur Deines Brotes sieht genauso aus wie meine! Nur ist meins leider nicht ganz so schoen braun geworden...
2007-11-27 @ 03:44
Comment from: peabody [Visitor]
peabodyLooks good.
2007-11-27 @ 08:10
Comment from: baking soda [Visitor]
baking sodaYou are so right, ovenspring is the best thing that can happen to a bread. Love the criss-cross pattern on top.
2007-11-27 @ 09:31
Comment from: Iisha [Visitor]
IishaExcellent. The bread looks wonderful.

Iisha of http://thefablifeofi2daj.blogspot.com/
2007-11-27 @ 23:40
Comment from: Jen Yu [Visitor]
Jen YuFirstly, I am truly impressed at your bi-lingual posts - that takes time and dedication :) Second, your bread looks awesome despite the lack of rise. Very nice job. It was delish, wasn't it? I loved this recipe.
2007-11-28 @ 17:48
Comment from: Julie [Visitor]
JulieThank you for providing an English version because Ich kann nicht sprechen Deutsch, and I didn't want to miss out. I agree with the love of ovenspring--it can make or break a bread loaf!
2007-11-29 @ 00:13
Comment from: Tartelette [Visitor]
TarteletteTwo yeahs from me: first the bilingual post and second the beautiful look of your bread even if the rise was not to your liking. You did great! Bravo and cheers to many more great challenges!
2007-11-29 @ 06:13
Comment from: Christina [Visitor]
ChristinaYour bread looks amazing! The crumb you achieved is great, very spongy and a nice texture. Great job!
2007-11-29 @ 18:38
Comment from: ange [Visitor]
angeYour potato bread turned out Gorgeous!!
That looks so tasty you could eat it with just about anything.
2007-11-29 @ 19:43
Comment from: Ivonne [Visitor]
IvonneI wish I could read what you wrote ... your bread is gorgeous!
2007-11-30 @ 03:10
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