Thanks for sharing. A bit of tweaking resulted in a perfect loaf. Breadmaking is a bit of a challenge, so even though this recipe looks easy enough, those with little breadmaking experience may think the instructions are not clear enough, but unlike baking sweets, which requires exact measurements and methods, breadmaking is more of a loose method that is highly subject to conditions, ie. heat/humidity level fluctuations will result in different rise times even if I were to make this recipe 3 days in a row; the amount of water needed can vary each time I make it as well. Just keep practicing until you get to know the feel of a good dough (not too wet, not too dry) and don't be upset with the poster if their dough rose in 30 min and yours took 60. A bad bread is never a waste, the birds will love your failed experiments.
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Thanks for sharing. A bit of tweaking resulted in a perfect loaf. Breadmaking is a bit of a...