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Mag Mell

"Dodeochadsa" for in ben "a tírib beó áit inna bí bás nó peccad na imorbus. Domelom fleda búana can rithgnom caíncomrac leind cen debaid. Síd mór I taam conid de suidib nonn ainmnighter áes síde."

"Cía a gillai" ol Cond fria mac "acailli" úair ni acca nech in mnaí acht Condla a óenur.

Ro recair in ben. Adgladadar mnaí "n-óic n-alaind soceneoil nad fresci bás na sentaid ro charus Condla Rúad cotgaraim do Maig Mell inid rí Boadag bidsuthain rí cen gol cen mairg inna thír ó gabais flaith. Tair lim a Condlai Rúaid muinbrec cainelderg barrbude fordotá óas gnúis corcorda bid ordan do rígdelbae má chotuméitís ní chrínfa do delb a hoítiu a haldi co bráth brindach."

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I've posted this in other places, mainly twitter and facebook, but I thought I'd also post here. I have finally overcome my odd fear of making things with yeast and I've made bread. It is delicious. I have most thanks to give to my Mom, who sent me the book I used (Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day). I've included a picture of my first self-made loaf ever. I've already eaten about half of it. It is, admittedly, small for the purpose of being able to eat it within a day or so.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who is even vaguely nervous about making bread. The master recipe in this is very easy, the instructions are all very easy, and the result is fantastic.

 

And so, I leave you with a picture of my first french boule!

My first loaf

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