There are two main benefits associated with making yeast bread from scratch. The first is that you get to eat bread fresh from the oven. The second is that you get to knead dough, and kneading dough is fun.
It’s pretty easy to get the hang of kneading, once you’ve seen it done. But how do you know when your dough has been kneaded enough? Watch our video to learn a couple of handy rules of thumb.
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