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John Setzler

Some Sourdough on the Yoder

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This cook was NOT a perfect cook... The Baking Steel, as much as I love it, didn't work in this particular cook.  The bottom crust on this bread got darker than I like.  This cook would have been perfect just by putting the bread on a baking sheet and setting it on the grill.  I will repeat and do that next time.... the results were great though!



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