Learn how to proof yeast, knead and shape dough, and bake delicious loaves of homemade bread.
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The long, slow fermentation required to leaven sourdough breads results in deeply flavorful loaves. These breads keep well, too.
Whether you make a simple braid or an intricate shape, challah is a crowd-pleasing loaf.
You can use any yeast bread recipe to make rolls: white or wheat, sour or sweet, whole grain or plain Jane, buttery dough or sourdough.
Kneading yeasted doughs strengthens the gluten strands that form the bread's structure.
Forming smooth and shapely dough rounds is one of the most important skills a baker learns. Learn how in our Photo Tutorial.
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