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this looks great, I am going to try it and let you know how it goes x


Thanks for visiting my blog. Your feed back is much appreciated. I took a peak at your blog as well, thumb up.


I just made my bread. It's very good and it certainly is as dense as traditional hardo bread. I haven't had "authentic" hardo bread in a long time so I can't honestly say I'm in a position to say it tastes like the bread of my childhood but I do like it. I baked it at gas mark 5 (375 degrees F) for 1 hour.


Thanks for the comment. I must confess, I too baked my bread, it doesn't taste as mild as the original


thanks for visiting my blog. The home-baked bread doesn't taste as mild as the original.

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