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November 20, 2012


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I love making this bread, it's so very easy. I wrote about it back in April: http://dressingfordinner.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/moros-wet-bread.html. I've made it using part spelt flour which worked well but might need to try half wholemeal next...


hi gemma - love it, thank you! your bread looks a little neater than mine...do you find you make it often? i love that it has a "proper" bread texture, really impressive stuff. will try with spelt this weekend, thank you.

Elizabeth Mars

I've just stumbled across your blog. It's so nice to find an Australian food blog I can relate to. Home-made bread is always so good. The wetness of the dough and the no kneading is very unusual I'll have to try it over the festive season, when the bakeries are shut.


hi elizabeth - that (that bakeries are shut) is what initially spurred me on to have a go myself. it's really impressive, this loaf - hope you enjoy.

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