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  1. Recipe can be found here. Probably the easiest bread you'll ever make. I kicked up the difficulty degree a notch by cooking it outdoor in our firepit, but in an oven it is easy peasy. Mix the ingredients the night before. It should be quite tacky when done the mixing. Don't fret. Cover and leave overnight and it should be quite bubbly and doubled or tripled in size. Flour a clean surface and spread flour on it. Dump the dough onto the flour and sprinkle more flour on top. Punch down and fold over a couple times. Add enough flour to keep it from sticking to your fingers and the counter. Have piece of parchment ready with a little flour on it as well. Shape the dough into a ball and place on top of the parchment. Cover and let rise a couple hours. After 1 1/2 hours, put a dutch oven into your oven and set the temp to 450F. This should allow the dough to finish rising while the dutch oven heats up. Once at temp, put the dough into the dutch oven, parchment and all, cover with the lid and put back in the oven. Cook for about 30 minutes, then turn the temp down to 400, remove the lid and cook for an additional 10 - 15 minutes. When doing in the firepit, I had to rotate the dutch oven every 10 minutes to prevent one side from cooking more than the other. A small price to pay for delicious bread. When it comes out of the oven, it should be nice and golden brown and sound hollow when you tap on the bottom of the loaf.

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