The EASIEST Bread EVER! Crunchy, No Knead Recipe.

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  • Published on:  Saturday, January 19, 2019
  • Today is another cold winter day on the homestead and perfect for some hot soup and homemade bread. Today we are showing you how to make this amazing crunchy no knead bread. You won't believe how simple it is!
    Recipe:
    3 Cups Flour (Bread or All Purpose)
    1/4 Tsp. Yeast
    1 Tsp. Salt
    1 1/2 - 1 3/4 Cup Water

    #nokneadbread #easybread #dutchovenbread

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  • Living Traditions Homestead

    Living Traditions Homestead

     a years ago +760

    Here is the recipe!
    3 cups flour ( 390 grams)
    1/4 tsp. Yeast (1 gram)
    1 tsp Salt (6 grams)
    1 1/2 cup water (354 - 414 grams)
    Bake at 450F (232C)

  • NEVBB24

    NEVBB24

     4 hours ago

    Great video! I’ll try it out!

  • Mz Jugni

    Mz Jugni

     yesterday

    So I have a quick question about the soup...it looked like the beans came from a large pot. Was that because the beans had been heating prior to adding to the soup or because the beans had been sitting on the stove after initial cooking? These days, we are taught not to leave anything out past an hour or two, which makes me wonder how humanity even survived until we had refrigeration. So, do you leave your beans out or do you just have an incredibly large fridge?

  • Gigi Pfeifer

    Gigi Pfeifer

     yesterday

    Great job ya'll, It is so great to see a couple working together inside and outside. God-bless, and we did subscribe! from Lake hills Texas🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️🤠

  • Patricia Liardi

    Patricia Liardi

     2 days ago

    I have made this SEVERAL times now. I LOVE IT! So simple to make and very tasty! 😊❤

  • Andy Tole

    Andy Tole

     2 days ago

    Awesome video!!!
    Hugs from Katy, TX (Uruguaya)

  • Pamela Conley

    Pamela Conley

     2 days ago

    I noticed you did not put the water in a pan while you cooked it. Is that just an option that some use? Looks yummy! Well done indeed! By the way, what if you do not have a dutch oven?

  • shelly bateman

    shelly bateman

     2 days ago

    yummy

  • Gabe A.

    Gabe A.

     3 days ago

    Hi, I tried the recipe yesterday and even though it turned moist and delicious, the dough didn't rise all that much and the crust is not beautifully cracked like in your loaf (it remained a ball with a smooth surface) either in the 35 mins proofing or the oven. Could it be the yeast? What kind did you use? Thanks!

  • Mrs. Garcia

    Mrs. Garcia

     3 days ago

    Making this for the 4th time. Thanks so much for posting these ❤

  • Marg Lam

    Marg Lam

     5 days ago

    Yum yum yum yum yum!

  • Jodi Barr

    Jodi Barr

     5 days ago

    Made some of this wonderful and easy bread today while cleaned house and cared for the animals. Still too cold outside, Arrrgh Frozen water.

  • Barrie Eliasson

    Barrie Eliasson

     5 days ago

    Great recipe! I’ll try it. We make soup frequently using. A pressure cooker. Whatever the ingredients the soup cooks in 5 minutes even with raw vegetables. Great soup and energy savings 😇

  • Anne Bradley

    Anne Bradley

     6 days ago

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  • Anne Bradley

    Anne Bradley

     6 days ago

    I love feta cheese. Started buying non pasteurized milk, too.

  • Pamela Cauleen

    Pamela Cauleen

     6 days ago +1

    Compared with Jenny Can Cook No Knead Artisan Bread, results identical! Thanks for sharing!

  • Phil Ramsey

    Phil Ramsey

     6 days ago

    I could not be a farmer doe I could not kill and eat my animals. I would feel like a killer of animals that depend on me for their living

  • erepsekahs

    erepsekahs

     6 days ago

    Wow! OMG what a surprise....it's like you magically imagined 'Artisan Bread with Steve' right here on YouTube from years ago!!!!!! You must be a time traveler.

  • Laura Griffin

    Laura Griffin

     7 days ago

    1/4 tsp of yeast?? Are you sure of that measurement? Not tbsp? Just want to make sure before I make it.

  • TallLikeAtr33

    TallLikeAtr33

     7 days ago

    Thinking this would be great for beef Wellington!! Look great, we will be trying this on our homestead.