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Yeast Recipes

Yeast is the leavening agent used in many breads that triggers rising. Bakers add yeast to breads, rolls, pretzels and buns to achieve a light, airy texture. Whether you choose to bake bread in the traditional way, or use a bread machine, yeast adds texture and a wonderful aroma to all types of bread.
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Mom's Pumpernickel Bread

This coarse, dark bread is universally devoured by Germans and German bread lovers around the world, especially when accompanied by butter, cold cuts, ham, cheese and frothy beer.
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Dutch Crunch Bread

One of my favorite sandwich breads is easy to make. This tasty bread will impress your friends as well. The crisp Dutch crunch topping was popular in the 1960s and 70s, but people still seem to l

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Australian Damper Bread

It has the texture of an airy biscuit but holds a strong hearty flavor.

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Irish Cloverleaf Rolls

These tender rolls that are in the shape of a cloverleaf. A fun serving choice at dinner parties, or a St. Patrick's Day gathering.

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Savory Breadsticks

These herbed breadsticks are so simple to make, as your bread machine does all the heavy lifting.

Challah is the traditional braided bread served on Sabbath and most festive occas...

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Usually a fruitcake with a cross of buttery or sugary frosting across the top, hot...

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Agave Bread

Recipe by Bopeep

You will have a hard time believing that this sweet, light, and fluffy bread is ma...

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Bread of the Dead is descended from the sweet altar breads, made with yeast, flour...

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Here's a sweet version of pretzel whose only resemblance to its salty cousin, is i...

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Almond Spelt Sweet Rolls...

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The sour cream and vinegar give these rolls a slightly sour flavor. To make them ...

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Anadama Bread

Recipe by Momof7

Anadama is an old fashioned bread made with cornmeal and molasses. The dough is d...

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The anise flavor in this bread is very strong, perfect for those who are passionat...

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The cornmeal and molasses are signature ingredients in this traditional New Englan...

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