Any Home Bakers Here?

Kusanar

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Just take it out of the refrigerator and let it warm up, then feed it. I do that weekly.
Yeah, mine is frozen and was a little cranky when I put it in there, so it's going to be quite offended when it warms back up. lol

That bread looks good, may try that one this weekend since it uses a packet of yeast which I do have, then do the one that uses the sourdough next weekend.
 

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My dehydrator has a thermostat so I can set at nearly anything.

Have you ever double checked yours? I assumed mine was fine until I was incubating yogurt in it. It was about 15 degrees high and killed the culture. Mine is just a dial, so it should have dawned on me that it might be a bit off. 15 degrees drying fruit didn't matter, so I never knew.
 

Kusanar

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Have you ever double checked yours? I assumed mine was fine until I was incubating yogurt in it. It was about 15 degrees high and killed the culture. Mine is just a dial, so it should have dawned on me that it might be a bit off. 15 degrees drying fruit didn't matter, so I never knew.
I have not, mine goes down to 105 though so I'll just set it at the lowest.
 

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Your Igor is a funny guy :gig

Let me know how you like any different extracts or flavorings. I like the flexibility too, you can use about anything you have on hand. One day I want to use chopped dates as the dried fruit and maple syrup instead of the honey.
I think that might be pretty good with a little coconut in it.
 

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Egg roll soup for dinner.
Do you mind posting the recipe for that?
Made banana bread today to use up some very brown bananas did a half batch which filled 2 mini loaf pans
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That’s rare. Only 2,000,000 were minted according to the USA coin book. Worth $22.00 in mint condition according to the USA coin book.

A 2020 w Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller quarter. It also has V75 on the obverse above Liberty. This commemorates the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII, according to research.

A great find.

I am in the process of trying to get my mothers awesome scalloped potato recipe.
 

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I think that might be pretty good with a little coconut in it.

I love putting some coconut in them, it gives them some chewiness. Since the recipe calls for 1 1/2 cups of add ins, I do 1/2 cup coconut, 1/2 cup some sort of nut (or seed like pepitas) and 1/2 cup of dried fruit. Works out well for us.
 

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