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Ciabatta Bread

Submitted by: Marina 
This is a bread machine version of the Italian classic which still bakes in your oven. This bread has the crisp crust and coarse crumb one expects from ciabatta. 
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Chef John's Whole Wheat Ciabatta

Submitted by: Chef John 
Chef John's recipe for whole wheat ciabatta uses a blend of flours to create the perfect, crusty-yet-chewy bread experience. 
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Ciabatta Sandwich

Submitted by: Allrecipes 
This ciabatta sandwich is loaded with spicy salami, cheese, onions, and peppers, then topped with mozzarella cheese and baked until hot and toasty. 
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Margherita® Prosciutto with Crispy Tomatoes on Ciabatta

Submitted by: Margherita Meats 
Garlic aioli spread over a toasted ciabatta roll then piled high with polenta-crusted tomatoes, arugula, savory Margherita® Prosciutto. 
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Focaccia Alla Genovese

Submitted by: THYCOOK 
This is a traditional olive oil flat bread from Genoa Italy. It takes a lot of time to make, but the extra rising time gives the bread a fabulous flavor. 
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Mediterranean Black Olive Bread

Submitted by: MARBALET 
Any olive will work in this bread, so try Kalamata today, and Nicoise next week. 
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Biga

Submitted by: THYCOOK 
A biga, or 'starter', adds flavor and extra leavening power to bread dough. 
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Traditional White Bread

Submitted by: Danialle 
A delicious bread with a very light center with crunchy crust. You may substitute butter or vegetable oil for the lard if you wish. 
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Essence of Bread

Submitted by: David Klaproth 
This is about as simple as a bread recipe can be. It's great tasting, crusty, yeasty, coarse-textured, satisfying bread. I'm a guy, and I can make this perfect every time. This bread is the exact of opposite of all the other soft, fine-textured, preservative laden, over-priced supermarket breads. It's easiest if you use a stand-type mixer with bread hooks. If you don't have one, buy one. It'll be the most-used appliance in your kitchen, next to the toaster. 
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Italian Bread Baked on a Pizza Stone

Submitted by: Diane 
Mixed in the bread machine, this easy yeast bread with olive oil and a dusting of cornmeal is baked on a pizza stone. 
 
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