Really good white bread. I added 1/3 cup sugar and used Rapid Rise yeast instead of Active Dry, which cut the time in half. When using rapid rise I first mixed all the dry ingredients (including yeast) then warmed the milk to about 120F, mixed it all together, kneaded, let sit for 10 minutes (replacing the first rise), then did NOT punch it down (skip punching down when using rapid rise) then let it rise in my slightly warmed toaster oven for about an hour and then baked for the recommended time and it was amazing! My boyfriend pretty much down the whole loaf with just butter. It was cool, except that now I have to make more bread but from now on I will definitely use rapid rise because it is so much faster. Great recipe!
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Really good white bread. I added 1/3 cup sugar and used Rapid Rise yeast instead of Active...