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Pickle Flavored Bread?

Does anyone have the recipe for pickle flavored bread? Grandma used to make it when I was a kid. Grandpa used to always comment on how good Grandma's dill dough smelled.
winnard
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winnard
winnard laid this down on his screen :
One must google .. uh .. "dill bread"
Dill bread Ingredients Lbs. Ozs. Method
--------------------------------- Bread flour 12 lbs. Liquid malt 1/2 oz. Dried onions 7-1/2 oz. Dried dill 2-1/4 oz. Salt 3-3/4 oz. Dry instant yeast 2 -1/4 oz.
Combine. -------------------------------- Water 6 lbs. Cottage cheese 1 lb. 4 oz. Whole eggs 1 lb. Vegetable oil 7-1/2 oz. Honey 7-1/2 oz.
Combine with above. Mix at 1st speed of 2-speed spiral mixer for 14 minutes.
Instructions: Rest dough on bench for 30 minutes. Divide into 23-oz. pieces, form into loaves and place in greased 11/2 lb. Ioaf pans. Proof dough for about 1 hour or until dough rises about 1 in. over top of pan. Bake at 380 F for 28 minutes. Do not use steam in baking process. Yields about 15 loaves.
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Dan S.

make
Grandma's
I really think winnard just posted that so he could say dill dough and get away with it.
Peach
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WiNK
WiNK wrote :
I read that about 4 or 5 minutes ago and went back to doing what I was doing ... then it hit me ... that is funny
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Dan S.
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a's
Hopefully this person wants to make 15 loaves:)
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Merryb

make
Grandma's
I could make some of them longer.
winnard
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winnard

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That's the great thing about dill dough loaves.... it's the kind of thing you can make different lengths.
Peach
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WiNK

And for some they only need the tip of the crust of the dill dough loaf as the rest of the loaf doesn't help them enjoy the dill dough any better.
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El Diablo con Queso
"WiNK" laid this on me:
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I thought what mattered was how thick the dough was, and how long it took to rise?
Sean
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Sean S

Thickness of the dough, length of the dough...all of this is irrelevant if the recipe isn't worth a damn. ;-)
Peach
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WiNK
TMMLOL
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Thank you for quitting.  This country doesn't need your kind of leadership. 
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