What Type Of Bread You Should Make

Willowy

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I've had sun-dried tomato foccacia (I assume that's what they mean? Fresh tomatoes would be too watery and the dough would fall apart), and it is SO GOOD. I wouldn't mind any of them, really, although French loaves would be the most boring.

ETA: hmm, nevermind, you do use fresh/canned tomatoes. But they're salted and drained, and put on top so they dry out anyway. Still looks good!
Tomato Basil Parmesan Focaccia

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You can have mine. :blush:
I would love to have yours! After looking at Willow's post I think I would like it better with more tomatoes and less bread. But then I guess it would be pizza.

I love all crusty bread and I love chocolate. But I do not like bread and chocolate together.
 
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Herbed Oatmeal Pan Bread???!!! BLEH!!!:barf:
It is probably what I should eat because it would be healthier. I am on a diet, but pretending I am not on a diet for the moment--i would say Giant Cinnamon Roll. Just the smell alone is heavenly. 🥰:cloud9:
 
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