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                         ENGLISH COBBLESTONE BREAD
 
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Breadmaker                       Breads
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
                         -----1 1/2 LB. LOAF-----
    1 1/2   ts           Active dry yeast
    3       c            Bread flour
    4       tb           Sugar
    1       t            Salt
    5       tb           Butter
      1/2   c            Warm milk
      1/2   c            Warm water
                         -----1 LB. LOAF-----
    1       t            Active dry yeast
    2       c            Bread flour
    2 1/2   tb           Sugar
      1/2   ts           Salt
    3 1/2   tb           Butter
    3       oz           Warm milk
    2       oz           Warm water
                         SEE 2 Notes in directions
                         -for adjustments....
 
     SOURCE:  Quick & Delicious Bread Machine Recipes bu
   Norman A. Garrett, copyright 1993, ISBN #0-8069-8812-6.
     This simple, fine-textured white bread makes
   excellent sandwiches and toast.
     NOTES:  1.  For Panasonic/National machines, use 3
   tsp. of yeast for for the 1/2 lb. loaf.
     2.  For DAK/Welbilt machines, use 2 additional
   tablespoons of warm water for the 1 1/2-pound loaf.
     Follow manufacturers directions for loading and
   baking bread.
     NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS:  1 1/2 Lb. loaf - total
   calories - 2231, toal protein - 55 gm, total
   carbohydrates - 353 gm, total fat - 65 gm, total
   saturated fat - 37 gm, total cholesterol - 160 mg,
   total sodium ~ 2206 mg, total fibre - 7 gm, % calories
   from fat - 26%.
     1 Lb. loaf - total calories - 1500, total protein -
   37 gm, total carbohydrates ò34 gm, total fat - 46
   gm, total saturated fat - 26 gm, total cholesterol -
   112 mg, total sodium - 1121 mg, total fibre - 4 gm, %
   calories from fat - 27%.
  
 
 
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