YeastSpotting 10.24.08

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  1. Thank you for mentioning my doughnuts on your post! All those breads look delicious!

  2. I’ve always liked baking bread but now it has become overwhelmingly a passion. And every week I come look at YeastSpotting and I sink deeper and deeper.
    I having been seeing Pain de Beaucaire referenced for years but never seen anything I could really “get it” from until this week when I saw it on Bread cetera – I so want to bake that! But when I look at my counter with two starters starting up, a huge tub of dough in one refrigerator and dough for another challenge in another refrigerator, I’m starting to think I really need therapy.
    Anyway, I get a thrill every Friday when I come here.
    Thanks for including me.

  3. i wait all week for your round-ups! gorgeous links – thank you!

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  5. Wow, thank you for including my post!

  6. [...] This bread goes to Susan’s Yeast Spotting Roundup is HERE [...]

  7. What a gorgeous round up of breads, I’ve been so lazy (well busy too I suppose) this week and have done no yeast baking at all :(

  8. They’re all so beautiful, There’s just something about homemade bread.

  9. Love this selection too! My recipe folder is exploding with yeastspotted recipes:)

  10. Wow! Thank you for including my post!

  11. Hi,
    Thank you for including my Cactus Bread in your post. It made me feel so happy!
    Regards from Lisbon – Portugal

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