What Are the Steps in Making Bread?

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The steps involved in making bread include gathering the ingredients such as sugar, salt, rapid yeast and some flour. Next get that bread board, grease the pans then using a whisk mix sugar, salt, rapid yeast and some flour together. Add warm liquid mixture to the flour mixture and combine using an electric mixer for about two minutes. Add flour to make dough and then knead until smooth. Cover the dough with a lightly greased plastic wrap and let it rest for about 10 minutes. Finally bake the dough and sit it on the rack to cool.
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