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Sandwich Bread Recipe?

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Does anyone have a good sandwich bread recipe they can link me to or share? I'm having trouble finding a good bread recipe for this - I've made two recipes now and neither have really been tall enough but both have tasted pretty good. What recipe are you using?

This is part of my attempt to cut my grocery bill in half this month.
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Jenn, I really love this one!
I make it a few times a week. Oh, the recipe by treemom2.

Also, the recipes in the Laurel's Bread book are awesome. And the Basic Soft White Sandwich Loaf in Rose Levy Beranbaum is EXCELLENT. So GOOD. I went to the Library and checked it out before I purchased the book.

You may also want to check over at Nutrition and Good eating.
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I have a bread machine that makes wonderful sand which bread.

I add a bit of gluten to my flour. It makes so you spread sticky stuff and not ruin the slice of bread

I also make rolls that we use for making sandwhich and use as hamburger buns.
I use the 60 minute roll recipe that is in the recipe book that comes which Kitchen Aide mixers.
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Here is the recipe I have been using for my bread machine

1 1/2 cup plus 2 Tbsp. water
2 Tbsp. vegetable oil
2 tsp salt
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
2 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
2 cup unbleached flour
3 Tbsp dry milk powder
2 tsp bread machine yeast
1/4 to 1/3 cup flax seeds

I'm still tweaking the recipe but hubby was pretty okay with this version. Unless it is cheap white bread he will never be totally satisfied but I didn't get any complaints and he ate it without being served, LOL. It is a heavy bread but we like it that way. No light, fluffy, airy bread around here. (My poor tortured hubby
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LOL - Thank you very much! I'll be working on these this weekend in preparation for the week to come and my bread machine will be here mid to end of the week (courtesy of my mother).
Thanks again, I needed these!
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I've found that just about any bread recipe works if you half the yeast and let it rise overnight. It seems to be more flexible when you do it this way and peanutbutter doesn't tear the bread up. It also saves money on yeast.
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