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Wow! Those are gorgeous!

Beautiful bread!!! I found your site on "The Fresh Loaf".
Best, Caroline

these look absolutely to die for!

Thanks, Curt. And the taste was great. This is the best bread yet.

I forgot to add... The bread still looks great!

Dave, I'm reading the same book, and I'm anxious to try the same bread... I think that will happen next weekend. I have learned that you can't be afraid to cut the bread, just do it cleanly. The deeper cuts make more dramatic results!

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