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No Knead Bread Redux

Bob Brooks | Apr 26, 200904:41 PM     4

I was a huge fan of the Lahey/Bitman original recipe and also posted about Cook's Illustrated's so-called improved version (which I didn't find worked all that well for me).

Anyway, I recently heard about Nancy Baggett's version of no knead bread on NPR and just had my first slice from the loaf I baked today. All I can say is WOW!!

What makes this great is that it is really effortless. You don't even have to do a partial knead on your chopping board; everything before you throw it in the oven is done in the original bowl.

Here's a link to the recipe:

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/st...

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