Date: 2013-01-02 09:37 pm (UTC)
From: [personal profile] eruanna
I have not made many different kinds of bread, so don't know much about usual temperatures. The bread recipe I used to use all the time is for a soft bread that slices well for sandwiches and toast. The crust does not get thick or hard at all. Maybe that's why it bakes at such a low temperature. I dunno. I just made it the way my mother did, and she never said why she did it that way. :)

I like bread with a crunchy crust with soup, though, and hope to try this the next time I make that. Thanks!
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