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The Bread Bible's Seeded Dill Rye

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As rye breads go, this one is fairly light and soft, but it still has good rye flavor and would make a great sandwich bread. More

The Bread Bible's Olive Bread

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A loaf of bread studded with olives sounded like an interesting choice when I was browsing through this book, looking for something different. Having two different types of olives in the loaf made it even more appealing. More

The Bread Bible's Olive Bread

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A loaf of bread studded with olives sounded like an interesting choice when I was browsing through this book, looking for something different. Having two different types of olives in the loaf made it even more appealing. More

The Bread Bible's Honey Whole-Wheat Bread

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A fluffy and flavorful loaf that rises nicely and works well in the bread machine. More

The Bread Bible's Honey Whole-Wheat Bread

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A fluffy and flavorful loaf that rises nicely and works well in the bread machine. More

The Bread Bible's Sesame White Bread

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I love an unassuming white bread. It's great for sandwiches, for toast, for croutons, and a well-done loaf of white has plenty of flavor. When I saw this recipe for a sesame-covered white bread where the dough was kneaded in the food processor, I had to give it a try. More

The Bread Bible's Sesame White Bread

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I love an unassuming white bread. It's great for sandwiches, for toast, for croutons, and a well-done loaf of white has plenty of flavor. When I saw this recipe for a sesame-covered white bread where the dough was kneaded in the food processor, I had to give it a try. More

Knead the Book: The Bread Bible

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There are at least two books called The Bread Bible. I say at least because I own two, but it's possible there are more. A good name for a book, right? This week we're featuring the one written by Beth Hensperger on Knead the Book, and it's packed with recipes—300 of them to be exact. Enter to win your copy here. More

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