I use this recipe for all of my bread. Bread making takes a little practice, and the amount of flour may vary! My husband followed the ingredients precisely, and ended up with bricks. If you're ending up with a dense bread, you're probably overworking it, or working in too much flour, by adding the full 6 cups. It's important to follow step 2, and add in one cup at a time, until the dough isn't sticky, but is still stretchy. Usually, I end up with 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 cups of flour actually IN the dough, and the rest just to flour the surface. Makes for a much fluffier loaf, when you don't add quite so much flour.
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I use this recipe for all of my bread. Bread making takes a little practice, and the amount...