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Wow! I'm not much of a baker but this looks easy enough even for me. And I love nice crunchy/chewy bread!


Frank, I'm totally not a baker myself but this is too easy and too good not to try it and re-try it! :)


These are so cute! The texture on the bread looks great, they'd be yummy for dipping. No knead! Impressive :).


Sophie, no-knead AT ALL. :) Thanks for your comment :)

giuliana videopirate

ciao nicoletta, thank you. I am also een italiaanse meisje in Hamsterdam ! I m ready to try it!! uh la la. You wrote 370 g of water. Now I can measure the weight of water because I haven' t the right tool. Only measurements cups. What would be the right amount of water in ml. Bedankt hoor !! Giuliana


fatta ieri sera....spettacolare! Grazie!!


Bene Chiara, ne sono proprio contenta. :)


Grazie Nicoletta! I'd been looking for an easy ciabatta recipe. I baked this at high altitude (Mexico City, 2250 meters above sea level) and it came out great! For the altitude, I made these small modifications:

Add 20g gluten to normal flour
Add 110g of water
Reduce yeast x0.75
Reduce salt to 1 teaspoon
Reduce baking time

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