Low-Salt White Bread Recipe Reviews - Allrecipes.com (Pg. 1)
Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2014
When I looked at the recipe, it seemed like it was written for rapid rise yeast and not for active dry yeast (as stated). I used the active dry yeast, but I activated it first. I mixed one serving of yeast (1 packet or 2.25 tsp) with 1/4 C. of warm water. Then added one tsp. sugar and waited about 5 minutes or until it foamed. Then I mixed it with the other dry ingredients. Finally, I added the water. I used my kitchenaid mixer to do the kneading - about 7-9 minutes. Works great. I like the bread and was happy to find a low sodium recipe that tastes great.
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Reviewed: Jan. 7, 2010
Good low salt recipe. The yeast package said that the water should be 120 degrees-130 degrees when yeast is mixed with the dry ingredients. Following the package instructions instead of the recipe helped the bread rise. I mix as directed, then add one cup of flour and mix. Change to dough hook and gradually add flour. I use the dough hook to do the kneading. It took about 7 minutes until it "felt right." Let the machine do the work! Ann
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Reviewed: Jun. 29, 2009
This was an awesome bread i thought it was great and taste better than regular bread!! But the one thing is that it dosent rise very much owell its still good. My kids loved it!
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Reviewed: Oct. 4, 2006
This is a great bread recipe. However, the amount of yeast can be confusing.... .25 ounces refers to the amount in each package of yeast, and I think it should read how many ounces required in total for those who use yeast from a jar or bulk package. The bread turns out ok, but it doesn't rise much. (I found this out the hard way).
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