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Bittman's No Knead bread is out of the oven - anyone else?

miss_mia | Nov 9, 200611:57 PM     296

I threw together the dough last night in a free minute and put it above the fridge. I used 1 cup whole wheat and 2 cups white flour - no bread flour, though I can't imagine where it went to!

This morning, I prepped it for the second rise, let it sit out for 1 hour, then threw it in the fridge when I left. Honestly, I think it might have been fine out all day. I cooked it in the Le Creuset when I got home, going close to 45 mins.

I must agree with Bittman - the crust is absolutely extraordinary. I'll definitely make again.

Anyone else? I see it's still on the top of the most e-mailed list - I sent it to my family just now!

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