• Jacqueline Gum

    Looks fabulous…but I’ve never had good luck when it comes to things that contain yeast!

  • Interesting. I’ve only made bread from scratch a couple of times, and my arms and hands definitely were not a fan of all that kneading, but this no-knead recipe looks worth it the next time I get the urge for homemade bread.

  • This does sound relatively easy for bread. And there is nothing like a fresh baguette! i really liked your recipe checklist Susan – what a great idea.

  • Sounds good! Since I would be mostly making this for my husband and daughter (my daughter loves a good loaf of bread), I would probably only make one loaf of bread at time. Maybe the best way would be to bake one part and freeze two parts of the dough (for next time). It is a pleasure to wonder what to make for dinner and discover frozen dough! Easy for bread or pizza.

  • Bread making always seems mysterious and challenging to me but you make it seem easy. Although it’s probably better if I don’t know how to make my own! 😉

  • voiceof sudhnoti

    I always see

    French Baguettes in market but never thought about its making. I think I am the one who can never make it :'(

  • Catarina Alexon

    Wonderful not to have to knead the baguettes. Will have to try it.

  • Thanks Susan! With winter right around the corner, I know I’ll be making a lot of soups. Now, I have a recipe for bread to go with it. That, plus a salad and I’m good to go.

  • Rose M Griffith

    Making this for my husband this afternoon. I’m practicing gluten free and have a Welsh bread I’m trying that way. He loves baguettes and your added on notes are great!

    • Rose M Griffith

      Made this yesterday, Susan. Very Good! next time I’ll opt for the overnight option because the folding three times was like watching paint dry. HA! I spritzed one loaf with olive oil when I took it out of the oven and it turned the top a nice shade of tan. I like it!