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reggie@reggie.com (Reggie Dwork)
Mon, 26 Jun 1995 00:52:03 -0700
v006.n025.2
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Here's another recipe to make up for the missing headers:

                    *  Exported from  MasterCook II  *

                        Carrot & Thyme Bread <R T>

Recipe By     : The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever, Madge Rosenberg
Serving Size  : 15   Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Bread Machine                    Fatfree

  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
- --------  ------------  --------------------------------
                        1 1/2 Lb Loaf: -- (1 lb loaf)
   2 1/2  Tsp           Active Dry Yeast -- (1 1/2 tsp)
   2 1/4  C             Bread Flour -- (1 1/2 C)
   1      C             Rye Flour -- (2/3 C)
     1/2  C             Yellow Cornmeal -- (1/3 C)
   1 1/2  Tbsp          Sugar -- (1 T)
   1 1/2  Tsp           Salt -- (1 tsp)
   1 1/2  Tbsp          Dried Thyme -- (1 T)
   2      C             Carrots -- freshly grated, or
                         -- finely chopped,
                         -- (1 1/3 C)
   1      C             Water -- (1/2 C or more if
                         -- needed)

This moist multi-grain bread is excellent.  It is chock full of vitamins 
and fiber and tastes good with fruit or vegetable salad or lentil or bean 
soup.

Note:  The original recipe called for 3 T vegetable oil for the large loaf 
and 2 T for the smaller loaf.

Add all ingredients in the order suggested by your bread machine manual 
and process on the basic bread cycle according to the manufacturer's 
directions.   Let the loaf cool before slicing.

This is really good!

Formatted into MasterCook II and tested for you by Reggie Dwork 
reggie@reggie.com

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