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ANEWMELI Posts: 822
11/30/09 2:23 P

thank you very much! I ended up getting baguette, and it turned out excellent!!

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 35,361
11/25/09 9:58 A

I checked on this for you, below is what I'm being told about this:

a dense bread (as opposed to a light one) from a bakery. It means a heavy bread (ie a baguette or another real bread not sandwich bread).

Hope that helps!

Coach Denise

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ANEWMELI Posts: 822
11/25/09 9:46 A

I want to make this recipe (
ail.asp?recipe=783315) for Thanksgiving tomorrow, but I still haven't figured out what "dense bakery bread" is. Is it just toast? I definitely want to use a wheat variety, but I just wasn't sure exactly what time of bread to get at the store. Thanks in advance for your help!

Edited by: ANEWMELI at: 11/25/2009 (09:50)
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