YeastSpotting 6.20.08

This week’s yeast sightings:

And bread sightings too:

For more bread inspiration, and information on how to be spotted, visit the YeastSpotting archive.

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  1. Wow, I am excited to have found your site! I’ll be back to check out all the wonderful breads!

  2. Thanks for the link Susan – I think I had meant to mention yeast spotting and forgot. As I am enjoying my breadbaking at the moment – this is a great way to get ideas for more loaves to bake

  3. Thanks so much for the link! I’m glad to have found your site–great bread-baking resource! :)

  4. it’s my first time on your blog and i’m so glad to have discovered this..im currently crazy on baking bread..but im not an expert. your site is such a great bread baking resource!! :-)

    ps, this week alone i think i baked three types of bread :-) hehehe

    btw, i would love to invite you to recipe muncher , a recipe sharing site you can check our site http://www.recipemuncher.com

  5. Oh, my! You found some truly amazing yeasty treats this week, Susan. I’m going to check out several of them right now. Thanks.

  6. Foodandfield, welcome!

    Johanna, I hope you’ll send me some more of your breads!

    sara, you’re welcome, and welcome!

    dhanggit, I hope you’re having fun with your bread baking; please feel free to send any of your creations for a future edition of YeastSpotting.

    Susan, it’s amazing how many creative ideas are out there, isn’t it?

  7. Thanks for your great site! I love it. And thanks for including my recipe in the roundup :)

  8. Thank you for the link! I’ll enjoy rummaging through your site. :-)

  9. Thanks for the great roundup and link! Hope you enjoyed the summer fruit bread pudding.

  10. I love your yeastspotting event:)) All the entries look tempting, I better go check them out!

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  12. thanks so much for including me. great list.

  13. Oh great! I am sending today’s post – Buttered herb sticks for next week:)

  14. Sorry this week!

  15. Great blog – “yeast spottings!” Love that. Thanks for the link. Can’t wait to read more of your posts!

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