Post by trinitysemper on Sept 10, 2009 8:39:54 GMT -5
Kat, this is great! I have never heard of no knead bread and we enjoy sourdough very much! Thank you for sharing this with us. What I like about it is I do not have to scrub my hands in winter like I do when I have dough all over them. My hands get very raw in our cold climate and having to really scrub the dried dough bits off doesn't help.
So guess what I'll be trying out when I bake next time!
Last Edit: Sept 10, 2009 8:40:59 GMT -5 by trinitysemper
It is funny I have been searching for forever for a sourdough no knead and then whala! one day lol.
Sure! It was really good bread. If you do it in a loaf pan it's hard to cut with a thick bread knife, I'd go for a smaller serated edge.
I have the same problem with my hands! My skin dries out really bad here at winter, just chap and crack like crazy. I fell in love with GoldBond Medicated Lotion, the green bottle. It is the only thing that works.
It lasts quite a bit and I use it to help heat rash, stop skeeter bites from itching, you name it.
Thanks for the recipe. I'm going to have to give that a try.
On the note of lotions for dry hands.. I also have that problem as does my mom. Her hands are horrible. She can hardly have them in water at all and they crack and bleed. She has found that Eucerin Cream helps to heal the cracks.
It is a good bread, by far the easiest recipe I've encountered. I've been looking for a no knead (due to fibro) yeast bread but it's hard to find. Hubby is picky and only like rolls, not loaf bread unless it's bought .