Yeastspotting 1.16.09


Once again it is my pleasure to present so many spectacular examples of why I love yeast. Thanks so much to everyone who sent breads this week!

Loaves and Rolls
Picnic Loaf
Sweet Potato Bread
Muenster Cheese Bread
European Peasant Bread
Peppery Peasant Bread
Peppery Peasant Bread
Sourdough Whole-Wheat No Knead Bread
Garlic Buns
Feta Cheese and Black Olive Loaf
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Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Rye Fougasse with Two Cheese Fillings
Rye Fougasse with Two Cheese Fillings
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Spiced Pudding
For more bread inspiration, and information on how to participate in YeastSpotting, visit the YeastSpotting archive.

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  1. Once again I’m awed.
    You make it such a thrill to be in love with yeast.

  2. Like “mykitcheninhalfcups” wrote, I am too fall in love with yeast, especially “wildyeast”.
    All entries are superb. Well done everyone!

  3. Mmm.. Homemade Bread=Love.

  4. I always have so much fun looking at what everyone baked. Thanks for hosting this and thanks for letting me participate!

  5. I am so amazed ad inspired by what I see here every week. I have a list as long as my arm of different breads I want to bake, and I’m looking forward to things settling down a bit so that I can get to it!

  6. What an amazing blog! I am just starting my sourdough adventures, and your blog has been a huge help. Thanks a lot for all the great recipes and the inspiration.

  7. Hi.

    l am a qualified pastrychef and always looking for better recipes, and can t say how good this newly discovered site is for me, am always wanting to perfect myself, and must say this site has just done that.

    keep up the good work, and will oneday submit a recipe .

    Thanks again

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