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Yeast, sugar, milk and flour ferment to make starter for sweet bread. ... Do not use metal containers or utensils." .... 84. Amish Friendship Bread II Recipe - With your starter at the ready, you can make .... if after 10 days you are going to start over with 1 cup of the starter (stir day 2-4, add ingredients day 5 etc) do you leave thi.


If you haven't received a bag of Amish Friendship Bread starter but would like to make the bread, this is the recipe for starting your Amish Friendship Bread ...


Now you'd think with over 250 Amish Friendship Bread recipes in the Recipe Box , I'd have a ton of favorites. .... I would like to start it up, what's the next step?


Amish Friendship Bread. ... Note: Do not use metal cooking utensils, bowls, or baking pans with this recipe, since they will interfere with ... To make bread: Preheat oven to 330 degrees. ... Can anyone tell me if you can use dry cake mix instead of flour? ..... You can take it out and start feeding it, or just make the bread recipe.


Jan 26, 2017 ... Use this Amish Friendship Bread Starter Recipe as a base for many sweet breads, dinner rolls, and muffins. ... freezer until another time when you'd like to start the sourdough process our bake the bread. ... Do not refrigerate.


Sep 18, 2014 ... Okay, so I'm not really selling this recipe so far, am I? Let's start over. Have you heard of Amish Friendship Bread? ... It was the in thing to do: wear leg warmers, rat your hair high, and babysit yeasted starter on your counter for ...


Jan 27, 2012 ... ... told me it was an “Amish Friendship Bread” that you pass out to your ..... to start this because the bread is sooo delicious and very easy to do.


When you give away a cup of the starter, give these directions for keeping it going: Do not refrigerate; Do not use metal spoon or metal bowl; Do not cover tightly, ... AMISH FRIENDSHIP BREAD: Mix oil, eggs, and vanilla with the starter mix.


Oct 28, 2016 ... I broke out the old Amish Friendship Bread recipe. ... you give it with instructions on what to do with the starter and the recipe for the bread.