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The photo doesn't look over cooked at all once you lightened the exposure and dialed back the contrast and tint in the second one. ;)
Of course, what happened was that I turned the flash on for my phone for the second shot!
 

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Has anyone have experience with cooking bread in a steam oven? Does it live up to the hype? It sounds intriguing, use steam for sous vide, proof bread and then cook with steam/bake and even can use it like an air fryer with convection. Almost sounds too good to be true. and concerned it might just turn out to be another kitchen countertop gadget.
 

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Has anyone have experience with cooking bread in a steam oven? Does it live up to the hype? It sounds intriguing, use steam for sous vide, proof bread and then cook with steam/bake and even can use it like an air fryer with convection. Almost sounds too good to be true. and concerned it might just turn out to be another kitchen countertop gadget.
From what I've read in F,W,S,Y; cooking in a dutch oven allows you to simulate that without having to buy another appliance.
 

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From what I've read in F,W,S,Y; cooking in a dutch oven allows you to simulate that without having to buy another appliance.
I agree that dutch oven works well for bread making. Just hoping someone had experience with this so I could ask a few more questions
 

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I lived in the south for many years and got to appreciate a good biscuit. This is a very good recipe and uses up the discard starter


Since I am too lazy to "shred cold butter". I use the cold cubed mixed in with the flour before adding the other ingredients similar to the following recipe (which is also good if you do NOT want sweet muffins)

 

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No, but they would certainly work I think! Your probably seeing some chopped Italian parsley that was sprinkled on top or perhaps celery.
Ah, must be the celery. I'll be doing up my grandfather's stuffing recipe in the morning. First time I've ever made it, but got some tips from Dad. Even though it's my maternal grandfather's recipe, my dad makes it every year and it's one of my favorite things to eat.
 
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