Converting a conventional or bread-maker bread recipe to the 5-min a day method - Mothering Forums

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#1 of 3 Old 02-04-2013, 08:51 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Has anyone tried this?   I'm a big fan of the artisan bread in 5-min a day method.  It's so incredibly easy and fast.  But I also have lots of other really good looking recipes that I would like to try, but don't because of the difference in prep time.

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I haven't changed it much but I'm interested in responses.

 

My biggest variation on the No Knead recipe is with the flour content. I've used up to 1/3 whole wheat or multigrain flour. I haven't tried anything else although I have thought about tossing in some dried herbs. 

 

What kind of recipes do you want to adapt? 

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I was looking to take ordinary bread recipes and adapt them to no-knead. 

 

I know they use more liquid, but I was hoping for something a little more concrete than that.

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