New york times no knead bread recipe

Discover the secret to making the famous New York Times no knead bread at home. Follow this simple recipe and enjoy fresh, homemade bread that will impress your family and friends.
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Hi Everybody! I have been looking for the perfect bread recipe over the past couple of months, trying out different versions and baking techniques to find the best one. There have been several disasters along the way, as well as some successes (one of my favorites being THIS Easy Homemade Artisan Bread), with this bread

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Outside the world is coated in snow, but I've been living in a flour dusted apartment for over a week now- and I think you'll be glad that I did. What fun I have had making this ridiculously easy and wildly famous No Knead Bread. The recipe made its debut in 2006 in Mark Bittman's,

Melissa Michaud
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Here is one of the most popular recipes The Times has ever published, courtesy of Jim Lahey, owner of Sullivan Street Bakery. It requires no kneading. It uses no special ingredients, equipment or techniques. And it takes very little effort — only time. You will need 24 hours to create the bread, but much of this is unattended waiting, a slow fermentation of the dough that results in a perfect loaf. (We've updated the recipe to reflect changes Mark Bittman made to the recipe in 2006 after…

Jerry Clinesmith
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Since Jim Lahey and I first shared this innovation — the word “recipe” does not do the technique justice — in the New York Times in 2006, thousands of people have made it. For many, it was their first foray into bread baking, the one that showed that the process isn’t scary, although the end result is so good that experienced bakers too have tried and fallen in love with it.

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