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<p>This will be a little tutorial on how I make bread. Its cheap and easy, and
helps you prepare if you can't buy bread on your own (think prepper scenario).</p>
<p>Yield: ~2 9x5 pans of bread</p>
<p>You will need:</p>
<li>2 Cups of warm water (~110F/43C)</li>
<li>1/2 Cup of white sugar</li>
<li>1 1/2 Tbsp of yeast (or one packet)</li>
<li>1 1/2 Tsp of salt</li>
<li>1/4 Cup of vegetable oil</li>
<li>5-6 Cups of flour (change based on water)</li>
<li>Mix water and 1Tbsp of sugar. Let sugar disolve. Add yeast. Leave till
foamy, ~5 mins</li>
<li>Mix remainging sugar, salt, and oil into the bowl. While mixing, adding
1 cup of flour at a time. Do not add more flour till dough absorbs
most/all flour in bowl.</li>
<li>On flour covered counter, knead for 7 mins. Knead longer for a denser
loaf of bread. Place in lightly oiled bowl, turn to coat. Cover with
cloth or saran wrap. Let rise for ~1 hour.</li>
<li>Remove from bowl and knead for 1 min. Divide dough and place in greased
loaf pans. For buns, divide into balls and place on greased baking
sheet. Let rise for 30 mins.</li>
<li>Cut slots along top of loaf with sharp knife gently. Bake at 350F/175C
for 35 mins. Check with toothpick if baked all the way through.
Toothpick should come up clean.</li>
<li>Brush with butter. Best eaten fresh</li>
<p>Adaptation of <a href="">this</a>
<img src="/site-posts/img/bread-1.jpg"></img>
<figcaption>A single 9x5 loaf and a large bun (all of the left over

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