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2 Add the cider and honey to the flour mixture and use your hands to roughly combine. At this stage, this bread differs slightly from many others: it needs only 1 minute of kneading, just until it begins to feel smoother and appears well-combined. Add the sunflower seeds and work lightly to incorporate. Place in a large, lightly‑oiled bowl, cover it with clingfilm and leave the dough to rise for 1 hour, or until approximately 1½ times its original size. … [Read more...] about A splash of cider for cakes and bakes
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