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Learn how to make bread in the Instant Pot. This is a basic recipe that makes a dense and slightly chewy loaf of bread. For a less dense bread add 1 1/2 …

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  1. Big Blue
    Big Blue says:

    You have to mix the bread then let it rise before knead the bread and then proofing before baking. Do that and you will have better bread. Also let it cool before cutting.

    Anyway. Thanks for the video. It's given me some idea of what to do.

  2. G A
    G A says:

    Thanks for the recipe. Was wondering how to make bread in an Instant Pot ever since I purchased it. Heard most part of the direction you gave for the recipe and wherever your volume went low I just figured out what you must have said. So don’t bother with the disheartening comments from others. Thanks for the recipe once again!

  3. Vicki Wood
    Vicki Wood says:

    Neat recipe – I’ve been very curious about whether this is possible. It is a great option for summer, when it’s too hot to bake. Thanks!! ( I have no problem hearing you with my volume turned up just a bit, so I hope you can just ignore the negativity 🙂

  4. Mr D
    Mr D says:

    For the time it took to make the bread from start to finish I think she would have gotten a much better result cooking it in the oven. Also a no knead bread really needs at least 8hours if not longer rising time to naturally develop the gluten.


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