No Knead Artisan Bread – 4 Ways

Author: Zoë François

This 4-ingredient no-knead dough recipe is so simple and versatile. Learn how to make 4 artisan breads with a step-by-step video tutorial: boule, baguette, pain d’epi and fougasse. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced baker, this recipe is perfect for every day and special occasions.

 

Artisan No Knead Bread – 4 Ways Video Tutorial

 

This easy no-knead dough recipe and method is by Breadin5.com. Simply add all ingredients to a 6-quart bucket and stir to combine. Cover; let dough rise on the counter for 2 hours. Then refrigerate for 4 hours (or up to 14 days) before shaping.

 

4.9 from 544 reviews
No Knead Artisan Master Dough
This 4-ingredient no-knead dough recipe is so simple and versatile. Learn how to make 4 artisan breads with a step-by-step video tutorial: boule, baguette, pain d’epi and fougasse. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced baker, this recipe is perfect for every day or special occasions.
Yield: 4 pounds of dough to make many different types of bread
Ingredients
  • Master Dough*
  • 3 cups (710ml) lukewarm water
  • 1 Tablespoon Platinum Yeast
  • 1 Tablespoon kosher salt (can decrease to taste)
  • 6 ½ cups (910g) All-Purpose Flour
  • Cornmeal or parchment for the pizza peel or baking sheet
Instructions
  1. Mixing dough:
  2. Step 1. In a 6-quart container or large bowl, mix yeast, water and salt. Add the flour, then use a spoon, Danish dough whisk or stand mixer fitted with paddle attachment to mix until uniform.

  3. Step 2. Cover (not airtight) and allow to rise at room temperature for about 2 hours.

  4. Step 3. The dough can be shaped and baked after the 2-hour rise or refrigerated in a lidded container (not airtight) for up to 14 days. The dough is easier to work with after 4 hours refrigeration.
Notes
*Dough recipe and method is by Breadin5.com.
 

Make one of the 4 shapes below, or get creative with your own bread shapes! Scroll down for shaping instructions, and watch the video for a great step-by-step tutorial.

 

4.9 from 544 reviews
No Knead Artisan Boule
A crusty artisan boule made from a simple no-knead dough recipe. Use a bread lame or sharp knife to score a simple slash or get creative with your own designs.
Yield: 1 lb loaf
Ingredients
  • 1 pound (454g) Master dough
Instructions
  1. Watch video for shaping and baking tips.

  2. Step 1. Prepare a pizza peel with a sheet of parchment paper or corn meal.

  3. Step 2. Sprinkle the surface of the dough with flour. Pull and cut off about a 1-pound (grapefruit-size) piece of dough. Cover the remaining dough and refrigerate for baking loaves within 14 days.

  4. Step 3. Dust dough and counter with flour to prevent sticking, shape into a smooth ball with your hands by gently stretching the surface of the dough around to the bottom, rotating the dough as you go. Shaping should take no more than 20 to 40 seconds.

  5. Step 4. Place dough on lightly dusted parchment paper or prepared pizza peel, cover loosely and allow to rest 60 minutes. Loaf may not rise much during this time.

  6. Step 5. Preheat a pizza stone near the center of oven to 450º F. Place a metal broiler pan on bottom oven rack.

  7. Step 6. When the dough has rested for 60 minutes, dust the top liberally with flour, then use a serrated knife or bread lame to score a ½-inch-deep slash across top of loaf.

  8. Step 7. Slide the loaf off the peel and onto the preheated baking stone. Pour 1 cup hot water into broiler tray and close oven door.

  9. Step 8. Bake about 35 minutes, or until crust is richly browned and firm to touch. Allow to cool completely before slicing.
 

 

4.9 from 544 reviews
No Knead Artisan Baguette
A classic bread, this baguette is made with 4 ingredients using a simple no-knead dough. A perfect side for any dinner, or just enjoy a slice with butter anytime!
Yield: One 16-inch baguette
Ingredients
  • ½ pound (227g) Master Dough
  • Egg white wash (1 egg white mixed with 1 tablespoon water)
Instructions
  1. Watch video for shaping tips.

  2. Step 1. Preheat a pizza stone near the center of oven to 450º F. Place a metal broiler pan on the bottom oven rack.

  3. Step 2. Dust the surface of the dough with flour. Cut off about a ½ -pound (orange-size) piece of dough. Cover the remaining dough and refrigerate for baking loaves within 14 days.

  4. Step 3. Dust the piece with more flour and quickly shape it into a ball by stretching the surface of the dough around to the bottom on all four sides, rotating the ball a quarter-turn as you go. Shaping should take no more than 20 to 40 seconds. Cover; let dough rest for 15 minutes.

  5. Step 4. Elongate ball into an oval shape. Take one long edge, fold over and pinch into center. Pull over other edge to center and pinch together to create a seam. Turn seam-side down. Elongate dough into a rope by rolling it on the work surface with your hands and gently stretching until it is about 16 inches long. You can taper the ends by rolling them against the counter with your hands. Use enough flour while working to prevent sticking. Transfer to a sheet of parchment paper.

  6. Step 5. Cover loosely with plastic and allow to rest for 40 minutes.

  7. Step 6. Lightly brush the surface of the dough with the egg white wash.

  8. Step 7. Using a serrated knife or bread lame, slash the dough with three ½-inch-deep diagonal cuts along the length of the baguette.

  9. Step 8. Slide the parchment paper with loaf directly onto the hot stone. Pour 1 cup of hot water into the broiler tray. Bake for about 25 minutes, until richly browned and firm.

  10. Step 9. Allow to cool on a rack before eating.
 

 

4.9 from 544 reviews
No Knead Artisan Pain d'Epi
Wow your family and friends with this beautiful artisan bread. This pain d'epi is much easier to make than you think.
Yield: One 16-inch epi
Ingredients
  • ½ pound (227g) Master dough
Instructions
  1. Watch video for shaping tips.

  2. Step 1. Preheat a pizza stone near the center of oven to 450º F. Place a metal broiler pan on bottom oven rack.

  3. Step 2. Dust the surface of the dough with flour. Cut off about a ½ -pound (orange-size) piece of dough. Cover the remaining dough and refrigerate for baking loaves within 14 days.

  4. Step 3. Dust the piece with more flour and quickly shape it into a ball by stretching the surface of the dough around to the bottom on all four sides, rotating the ball a quarter-turn as you go. Shaping should take no more than 20 to 40 seconds. Cover; let dough rest for 15 minutes.

  5. Step 4. Shape dough into a baguette (see baguette instructions).Transfer to a sheet of parchment paper.

  6. Step 5. Cover loosely with plastic and allow to rest for 40 minutes.

  7. Step 6. Dust with flour and snip into Epi with shears. Starting at one end of the loaf, cut into the dough at a very shallow angle. Snip the dough ¼-inch from the parchment, being careful not to snip all the way through the dough, so it stays connected.

  8. Step 7. Lay the snipped piece of dough slightly off to the side. Cut another piece in this same fashion, laying the second piece off to the opposite side. Repeat this down the length of the dough.

  9. Step 8. Slide the parchment paper with loaf directly onto the hot stone. Pour 1 cup of hot water into the broiler tray. Bake for about 25 minutes, until richly browned and firm.

  10. Step 9. Allow to cool on a rack before eating.
 

 

4.9 from 544 reviews
No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse
The unique shape lends for a beautiful presentation. Olives and olive oil are added to this no-knead dough to created a delicious savory side for your next dinner get-together.
Yield: 1 pound fougasse
Ingredients
  • 1 pound (454g) Master dough
  • 1⁄2 cup olives, pitted and halved or quartered if large
  • Olive oil for greasing the cookie sheet and brushing the fougasse
  • Sea salt for sprinkling over top
Instructions
  1. Watch video for shaping tips.

  2. Step 1. Preheat the oven to 450°F. Place an empty metal broiler tray on bottom oven rack.

  3. Step 2. Place parchment paper on baking sheet. Coat paper with a bit of olive oil. Set aside.

  4. Step 3. Dust the surface of the refrigerated dough with flour and cut off a 1 pound (one-fourth of master dough or grapefruit-size) piece.

  5. Step 4. Dust a work surface with flour and flatten the dough to 1⁄2-inch-thickness, then sprinkle it with olives. Fold up the dough and shape it into a ball. Let rest 15-20 minutes. Roll into a flat round or egg-shape, approximately 1⁄2-inch-thick. Dust counter and dough with flour as you work to prevent sticking. Place the dough on the prepared baking sheet.

  6. Step 5. Cut angled slits into the dough (see image or be creative with your own design). Gently pull the holes to open them. Drizzle olive oil over top of fougasse.

  7. Step 6. Place the baking sheet with the fougasse near the middle of the oven. Pour 1 cup of hot tap water into the broiler tray and quickly close the oven door. Bake for about 20-25 until golden brown.

  8. Step 7. Serve warm.
 


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Author: Zoë François

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Zoë François is the co-author of the bestselling cookbook series Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. Her latest book in the series, Holiday and Celebration Breads, came out in 2018. She is now working on a Book about cakes due out in Spring 2021. Zoë’s recipes have also been featured in the New York Times, Food 52, The Today Show, Cooking Channel, Fine Cooking, Disney, Bake from Scratch, Easy Eats, Washington Post, Better Homes and Gardens, and many other media outlets.

Zoë shares the tricks of the trade she learned while a student at the CIA’s pastry program and her decades in professional kitchens, through her websites, ZoeBakes and Breadin5, her books and her award winning Instagram video tutorials (@zoebakes). Zoë also offers long form baking classes through BluePrint.com and Yummly.com.

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1,215 Comments
  1. I love to bake.

  2. I would love to make baguettes. Don’t have a lot of experience with homemade yeast breads but would love to learn more. Thank you for the giveaway and the inspiration!!

  3. I think I would like to try the No Knead Artisan Boule first.

  4. I think I would like to start with the Artisan Boule.

  5. I will try the boule first. Thanks for all this great info!

  6. The artisan bread shape I would like to try first is olive fougasse.

  7. I would like to try the baguette

  8. What a wonderful, versatile recipe! I’ve already made the boule, so next I’ll try the baguette.

  9. They all look beautiful!

  10. I love, love, love olive bread, so I’m going to bake the no knead olive fougasse first. I have my Red Star Platinum Yeast and King Arthur flour so I’m ready to start.

  11. I would love to try Artison bread recipes. Let’s do this…..

  12. Artisan Boule is my favorite and would be my first choice. I appreciate the visuals with the recipes!

  13. This is a wonderful gift! Many days of baking bread in my future

  14. The Artisan Boule probably – I’m not a skilled bread baker!

  15. I myself don’t make bread however my lady friend does….I am going to ask her to take a look at these recipes – there should be at least one that I’m going to ask her to make

  16. The smell of bread in the oven…..yum!

  17. Making bread is one of my favorite things to do, I find it deeply satisfying.

    I am going to give them all a try.

  18. I will try the baguette first – then the boule.

  19. I would like to try the boule.

  20. I would like to try the boule.

  21. I would try the Pumpkin Star Bead first

  22. I love, love, love the bread in 5 books! I’m hoping to perfect my baguette shaping. I’ve never tried the olive fougasse, so I am try that one first!

  23. I’ll try the boule first. Looks easy and good.

  24. It seems easy. I’m going to try the baguette first.

  25. Definitely the boule.

  26. I would like to try the Apple Brioche Bread. All the recipes look delicious.

  27. I love making yeast breads, and have been baking them for a long time. I learn new skills and tips nearly everyday. Red Star has been my go to yeast since I started baking breads. The boule is my easy go to bake.

  28. I’d try the boule first; it offers slices big enough for sandwiches, or cut in half for butter breads – yum!

  29. I would like to try the Apple Brioche Bread! All the recipes look delicious!

  30. I would like to try the Artisan Baguette recipe first!

  31. I will make the baguette first, and with practice I hope to make the olive loaf, it looks beautiful!

  32. I can’t wait to try the olive fougasse! I love fougasse!!

  33. I would love to make the olive bread!

  34. I love a good baguette. Can’t wait to try!

  35. I love this!!

  36. I would try the baguette!

  37. Will try the boule

  38. The boule, I think. Good for all sorts of things.

  39. Wow – your breads look delicious! I love baking bread, and the no-knead method is so fast and easy! Thanks!

  40. I’d try to make the baguette first.

  41. I wanted to try making artisan bread and this is the time. I would try the No Knead Artisan Boule first. This will be a new start for me!

  42. The “No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi” is a thing of beauty! It reminds me of the buddings of spring. Yes, this I would love to bake.

  43. I am excited about all of them but I would love to try the baguette

  44. My roommate taught me how to bake bread and I love to do it when I can make the time. This seems great.

  45. I would like to try the baguette Thank you!

  46. The different breads all look wonderful. I think I’ll try each one.

  47. I would start off with the No Knead Artisan Baguette!

  48. Can’t wait to bake my first baguette!

  49. I will be trying the baguettes first. Thanks for the opportunity.

  50. I will try the Fougasse – was used as a technical challenge on The Great British Baking Show. Have wanted to try making it since then.

  51. I would love to make baguettes as beautiful as these!!

  52. I would try the baguette first.

  53. Talked to you at the National Festival of Breads a few years ago. You introduced me to the Danish Dough Whip. When I teach bread making classes I always point out the Whip is the only way to mix dough. That was also my first expose to Red Star Platinum Yeast, never have had a bad loaf since I started to use it.

  54. I love
    Making bread. I will try fougasse first. I love the shape of it.

  55. I would love to try the baguette first!

  56. I am not a great baker! But I keep trying! Would def try the baguette first! Thanks for the chance!

  57. I need to try the olive Fougasse first! How do I know? My husband saw the recipes and he told me so! 😂

  58. I want to try no knead artisan baguette! I love dipping baguette in whipped cream : )

  59. I will try the Boule first

  60. I’d like the sampler platter please!

  61. These Artisan breads look absolutely amazing and im going to make one of them in the next few days. As they say, the simplest are often the best!!

  62. I will try the No Knead Artisan Baguette first. Looks like this recipe will make it easier.

  63. I can’t wait to try these recipes!!! They look wonderful!!

  64. I’ve made the boule and would like to try the baguette next. YUM!

  65. We have the original Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day; it’s GREAT!

  66. I would like to try the Apple Brioche Bread first. All the recipes sound wonderful!

  67. I would like to see if the bagette is better than what I have been doing

  68. The smell of fresh bread will put my husband into a happy mood no matter how stressful the day!

  69. I am so excited to start making these breads with the Red Star Platinum yeast! I would like to start with the boule, and then enjoy as many other different types of breast as I can. I can’t wait to share the breads with neighbors and friends!

  70. I would love to win this giveaway it would get me started baking bread.

  71. I would try the No Knead Artisan Baguette.

  72. I’d try the D’epi Shape first

  73. I’d try the D’epi Shape first.

  74. Artisan Boule is what I would start with. I haven made bread in large potions when I was young. I would love the tools to make it well for my family now. Thanks for the entry.

  75. Amazing! I love these breads recipes!

  76. The boule shaped one looks good to start with.

  77. I would like to try the D’epi Shape first…

  78. Definitely the boule!

  79. No Knead Artisan Baguette

  80. I love these artisan bread recipes, thank you for sharing! Can’t wait to try them myself in my kitchen.

  81. I’m going to try the boule.

  82. I would love to make the Artisan Boule to start with and then work my way to the other type loaves. Yummy!

  83. We just started our own baking in 2020 and loving it!!!!

  84. Great giveaway! I’d love to try things from the cookbook and I need a scale!

  85. I would make the boule shape first.

  86. I would probably start with the baguette shape first. I’ve been making bread since I was 9. Doing all the kneading myself. So 30 years now

  87. I would love to try the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse. I admit I have never heard of it before but I love olives.

  88. I’ve tried my hand at boule a few times using the master dough recipe, and I definitely want to try baguette with it next!

  89. I would have to say the Baguette shape for sure..

  90. I am a complete novice when it comes to artisan breads, so I would probably start out with the No Knead Artisan Boule because it seem like the easiest. They all look delicious, though and I’d love to make them all eventually.

  91. Would love to make the fougasse!

  92. I love making Bread And RedStar is my favorit

  93. I’m looking forward to baking my first boule.

  94. can’t wait to try this i love all of Zoe’s recipes!

  95. I think that the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi looks interesting.

  96. I would love to try the No Knead Artisan Baguette shape first!!!! I have made a few no knead artisan breads, but always in a round shape. I am super excited about this!!!

  97. Pain d’Epi

  98. I’ve been looking for Artisan Bread recipes that I don’t have to knead the dough and these recipes look perfect! I would love to win and thank-you for the chance!

  99. Love to try baguette!

  100. I would like to try the Baguette shape first.

  101. I love making bread!! Definitely the baguette 🥖 first!

  102. I want to try the artisan boule!

  103. They all look wonderful and doable. I’d love to try the No Knead Artisan Baguette first. i’ve bookmarked this to get started. Thanks.

  104. Always wanted to try baking my own bread. We eat a lot of bread with kids. Want to start with sourdough.

  105. I want to make the baguette because it would be perfect for soup.

  106. I love to bake and the more bread recipes, the better!

  107. I would jump in with some star bread! Pumpkin looks good!

  108. I think they all look great. I would like the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse.

  109. Sounds delicious

  110. I would try out the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi because it sounds delicious.

  111. I think I would try to Epi first because it’s the only kind I’ve never had. They all look delicious though! Can’t wait to bake them up!

  112. Just the other day I was watching America’s Test Kitchen on PBS and they had a recipe for fougasse.

    It was the first time I have ever seen this type of bread, now here I am a couple days later and you guys have it!

    I believe it is an omen that I must bake this immediately.
    Well not right now, because it’s almost 11:00 p.m.

    Thank you for those four recipes.

  113. id like to try No Knead Artisan Boule

  114. Boule!
    But Id love to bake all of them!

  115. I love to bake, and the weather is perfect for it at this time!

  116. I’d try the Fougasse!

  117. I would like to try a baguette.

  118. Can’t wait to try the No Knead Artisan Boule!

  119. I make yeast rolls and cinnimon rolls at least once a week. I have made them twice in one day when my grandkids were home. I won first prize at our state fair on my yeast doughnuts for a few years! Love to bake with yeast.

  120. The olive bread would be fantastic with extra sharp cheddar and a glass of wine!

  121. I like the artisan baguette recipe. I love a good baguette with cheese fondue and apple slices yum!!

  122. gotts to try

  123. I would like to try the pumpkin star bread

  124. I want to try the baguette

  125. The baguette!

  126. Fougasse. But can I replace olives with garlic?

  127. I love making bread!

  128. looks wonderful

  129. i will definitely make the baguette first!

  130. Loved the new show and always enjoy the IG stories. Would love the tools to bake along!

  131. Just started dipping my toes into bread making. Very excited to give these recipes a try!

  132. I can’t wait to try the baguettes!

  133. I want to learn how to make the baguette because it would be perfect for cheese fondue.

  134. I am bready to try all of them 👩🏼‍🍳

  135. Bread baking is a newfound passion. Planning to try the baguette next!

  136. Fougasse!

  137. I LOVE ABi5! I’ve been making the basic boule since Zoe’s first book came out years ago, and my family always asks for that loaf so I’ve never tried anything else. I’d love to try my hand at the fougasse!

  138. I want to learn how to make baguettes!

  139. We can’t wait to try the No Knead Artisan Baguette!

  140. I can’t wait to try the Pain d’Epi. Looks amazing!

  141. This will be my first time making bread !!! so I am going to with the baguette!

  142. I keep making the baguettes, oh my they are so delicious. Thank you for the recipes.
    Elizabeth

  143. I’d like to try the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse first.

  144. I will try the baguette!!

  145. Would try the boule!

    • I cannot wait to make the boule again! It is a favorite of mine!

  146. My husband and I have been wanting to make bread, and I think this kit would really help us learn how to.

  147. Cranberry Raspberry Star Bread!

  148. Cranberry Raspberry Star Bread

  149. Artisan baguette for the win!

  150. No knead breads are a great way to get started with breads. I really want to explore more methods.

  151. Baguette

  152. Just amazing!

  153. I would love to try the epi!

  154. Can’t wait to try the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi recipe! Yum!

  155. I love a good Baguette, so I’ll try that one first.

  156. Yum and so pretty! I would try to make the Boule.

  157. No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi

  158. I would try the pumpkin star bread first!

  159. The Olive Fougasse such beauty

  160. I would want to try the Pain D’Epi! It always looks sooo neat.

  161. I will try the No Knead Artisan Baguette!

  162. the olive fougasse

  163. I will try the No Knead Artisan Baguette!

  164. I would probably try to make the Fougasse bread first!

  165. I think I’d try the Boule first. Thanks for the chance

  166. I would love to try the olive fougasse!

  167. Pain D’Epi for sure!

  168. These recipes look great.

  169. That fougasse looks like it would be so fun to make!

  170. I’d try the fougasse!

  171. Everything is so beautiful! I recently started baking and always follow Zoe’s instagram for recipes and inspiration! I’ll try all 4 artisan bread on this blog 🙂

  172. Zoe is the BEST! Love her bakes! I would go with the classic baguette w/butter and I’m good!

  173. Olive Fougasse for me

  174. I rely on the Bread in 5 books to bake gorgeous + delicious bread!

  175. I like the Fougasse. Thank you

  176. Ooh, I think I’m going to try the Artisan Baguette first! Looks so good 🥖

  177. I can’t wait to try making the Boule!

  178. The baguette looked so delicious! And the recipe looks easy to do! I am always looking for a bread recipe that won’t make my arms fall off from kneading!

  179. i would try the Baguette first

  180. Olive Fougasse!

  181. I’m going to try the baguette first.

  182. I love bread

  183. Looks tasty and wholesome. Would like to try and make some on my own.

  184. I want to learn how to make baguettes!

  185. Ready to try the baguette!

  186. An interesting concept (no knead) and I look forward to trying it.

  187. Can’t wait to try a boule!

  188. I would love to try the Olive Fougasse. It is beautiful.

  189. Love Red Star yeast!! I want to try the baguette in all its simplicity!

  190. Fougasse was awesome!

  191. Love this! I think I would start with the boule, but I would love to try a baguette!

  192. I’ll try Amy if the beads listed here, but want to make it with whole grain flour, instead of regular flour. I’ll also add a mix of seeds inside and on top to make it even healthier!

  193. I would like to try the No Knead Artisan Baguette first.

  194. My pick would be the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi bread!

  195. I can’t wait to try the baguette recipe. I’ve been on the hunt for a good one.

  196. I am excited to make all of the breads. I really love the olive fougasse though. I would love to give that a try.

  197. Definitely a baguette!

  198. I’ve made the boule and love how easy it was to make. Now on to the baguette!

  199. I’d like to try them all, I just like bread in general.

  200. Due to the recent trying times I became interested in bread making. I can’t wait to try these recipes.

  201. The artisan boule.

    • I would try the baguette first but they all look wonderful!

  202. I’d love to make some fresh baguettes!

  203. artisan boule

  204. The boule first!

  205. I would like to start with the No Knead Artisan Boule.

  206. Boule. Simple and multiple ways to use it…as soup bowl, sliced for sandwich, chunks to dip.

  207. No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse

  208. My dough is rising. Starting with a boule so it will be ready in time for dinner!

  209. Pain d’épi for me!

  210. I think the Fougasse would be my first thing to try!

  211. Video was incredibly helpful. The boule!

  212. I would love to try the Fougasse bread!

  213. I want to try the olive fougasse!! It looks soooo good

  214. would love to try the brioche

  215. Thanks for sharing! Hoping to try the pain d’epi soon!

  216. I have used the Platinum yeast, & it’s the bomb!

  217. The first one I would like to try is the baguette.

  218. I love red star yeast. It gives life to your breads.

  219. This sounds fun! I’ve always struggled with attempts to make artisan bread and I’ll have to give this a try

  220. I would love to make the boule.

  221. I’m going to try the olive fougasse bread. It looks delicious!

  222. Learning to make a boule would be wonderful!

  223. I’m so excited to try the Boule! We love making artisan sandwiches and this would be perfect!

  224. This looks good and so easy!

  225. Can’t wait to try the epi!

  226. Looking forward to trying No Knead Artisan Boule. Yummm.

  227. the Fougasse bread or star shaped bread are something I would like to attempt to make. I am relatively new to bread making, usually every other month I try to make something new. I have been making portuguese rolls recently more often but am trying to learn how to do new designs and loafs.

  228. I would like to first try The No Knead Artisan Baguette.

  229. I would love to win this sweepstakes. When I buy yeast I always look for the Red Star brand first. I have used it for years and love the results. I will be checking out the recipes more often now. Thank you.

  230. I’d like to try the artisan baguette.

  231. I love eating all kinds of bread would like to start making my own bread at home.

  232. I’m loving the look of the Olive Fougasse’ bread. Looks like fun to make & eat! I do adore olive bread!

  233. I would love to try making the Olive Fougasse. An interesting bread recipe that can be used for more than one type of bread baking.

  234. I’m saving the recipes to try later. TG for yeast!

  235. I am a big fan of all different types of breads and would <3 too try and make some

  236. I would like to try the Artisan Pain D’Epi first, because I’m intrigued by the twist shape.

  237. I want to make the No Knead Artisan Baguette! It looks delicious!

  238. I love any kind of bread. I’m curious to try the artisan olive fougasse.

  239. I would like to try the Boule!

  240. No Knead Artisan Baguette – excited to find no knead recipes!

  241. I would like to try making the Baguette first.

  242. I want to try making the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi this weekend!

  243. I would love to try the Olive Fougasse. I usually just stick all the ingredients in my bread machine and let it go, but these recipes look beautiful and worth the effort!

  244. I love making bread,and you give such fabulous ideas! Thanks for the opportunity to win awesome gifts that we bread lovers can use for a very long time!!!!

  245. Thank you for all the delicious recipes. I LOVE Bread!

  246. Baguette

  247. Once I was jailed and had to live on bread and water…luckily they had an Artesian bread maker there….I re-offend a cou8ple times a year now

  248. I love to bake bread but have never tried artisan. I would try the boule first

  249. I love making homemade bread. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  250. thanks for the recipes!

  251. I would absolutely love to make the the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse!

  252. Love the recipes! I would like to try the Boule first!

  253. Definitely something I will try!

  254. I’d have to try the olive fougasse first ….what a great interesting shape : )

  255. No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi

  256. I am going to try Pain d’Epi. It looks crusty and interesting, and it might be something I can actually make!

  257. O Knead Artisan Baguette

  258. Would love to try the artisan bread 🍞

  259. Would love to make all these recipes!

  260. Artisan Olive Fougasse FOR SURE!! LOOKS SO YMMY I JUST HAVE TO MAKE THAT ONE!!

  261. Looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it.

  262. These all look so delicious, I found out what I will be trying to make this weekend with my 11yr old son who loves to bake!!

  263. Fresh homemade bread! Nothing better!

  264. Pumpkin star bread

  265. No Knead Artisan Baguette is the first I WOULD TRY.

  266. I love the round loaves. Fresh, hot, flavorful bread is so delish!

  267. No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse is the one I want to try first but they are all fancy!

  268. I love all these recipes. No knead is fabulous. The dough does all the work!! I will have to try them all!!

  269. nothing better than warm crusty bread, cheese and wine

  270. I plan to make the pain d’epi first. Like the idea you dont’ have to use it for up to 14 days. Sometimes life just gets too hectic.

  271. Pumpkin Star Bread

  272. The olive bread

    • I’m going to try the boule first, then the baguettes. I love everything about fresh bread!

  273. Though they all look delicious, I’d love to try the Artisan Baguette first!

  274. I’d love to try the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse. It would go well with any Italian pasta meal.

  275. What a great video. Loved the olive bread.

  276. I like the Pain d’Epi. But all the shapes look nice. I want to try one of each type.

  277. I LOVE MY BREAD THANKS

  278. These all look so Delicious and I’d Love to make them all but I’d like to try the Boule first. A traditional round loaf of bread.

  279. I would love to have everything I need to make the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi. Looks like a really cool loaf. It would be fun for a friends dinner and everyone can just rip off a serving.

  280. Thank you for all the great recipes

  281. The No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse L@@KS FABULOUS!!

  282. Apple Brioche!!!

  283. I would like to try the No Knead Artisan Baguette first. It looks delicious.

  284. I’m an Artisan Boule kind of guy. At least until I get used to messing around with the dough.

  285. I’d love to try to make the Artisan Boule first & then try some of the others.

  286. Like the star cake

  287. Acutally I’d probably try making one my great-grandmothers recipes.

  288. I think I’m going to try the baguette first! I’ve always wanted to make my own.

  289. This post is so inspiring! One of my favorite memories as a child is the smell of fresh baked bread.

  290. beautiful bread

  291. They all look amazing but I would love to try the multigrain artisan loaf first!

  292. Boule for sure!

  293. eventually I will try them all I hope, but first will be No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse

  294. These all look wonderful.

  295. I’d love to try making the olive bread first. The shape is so intriguing!

  296. I would make the Boule first. Really I would like to try this no knead method. Thanks for giveaway and fantastic Red Star yeast.

  297. Super excited to try the No Knead baguette. We’ve tried a number of no knead recipes but I like the shorter rise time with this one.

  298. I love home baked bread

  299. Pain d’Epi

  300. No Knead Artisan Boule!

  301. I’d first like to try making the baguette. My husband loves baguettes!

  302. My father was a baker. Only bread not pastries. Boy, what memeories.

  303. The artisan baguette recipe looks amazing.

  304. My bread came out delicious! Great instructions!

  305. Instructions were wonderful! Step by step!

  306. All of them are amazing, but I probably should start from the beginning -Boule shaped bread

  307. I need to try this method!

  308. I would like to try to make the crusty artisan boule

  309. I’d love to try making a Fougasse. Seems like such a huge jump when I’ve never made bread, but it looks so pretty and it tastes so good.

  310. Sounds so delicious and easy!!

  311. I would love to make the 1 pound fougasse bread. I love the shape and look of it.

  312. I like to add crystallized garlic.

  313. I am very intrigued by the Fougasse. I’d love to try that!

  314. I would love the No Knead Artisan Baguette!

  315. I would love to learn to make bread

  316. No Knead Artisan Baguette… our family favorite!

  317. I want to try the Artisan Olive Fourgasse bread It is so interesting looking!

  318. I’d try making the boule first.

  319. I would love to. make No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi. It looks so fun!

  320. Love the Fougasse bread, so pretty!

  321. I think I would try a boule first—they all look amazing!

  322. I LOVE making bread. My family hovers til it’s done, then it’s gone so fast!! I can’t wait to try my hand at all these wonderful recipes!!

  323. Thank you for all the great recipes.

  324. The baguette for sure!

  325. The Boule looks the most simple and I like easy.

  326. There’s nothing like the taste and smell of homemade bread!

  327. Looks so good that I can almost smell them!

  328. Love to bake bread with my Granddaughters!

  329. Great post! I bought some Red Star Yeast last weekend and made some Salted Caramel Cinnamon Pecan Rolls. Never had any luck with yeast before but I followed the recipe to the letter and they turned out perfect so now I’m ready to try some Artisan Boule.

  330. I would try the baguette. YUM!

  331. I would like to make the No Knead Artisan Baguette.

  332. I’d like to try making the Boule

  333. Bread is the one item that fits in any meal and enhances it.

  334. looks like fun!

  335. The baguette is life. I want to master it! Then I think I could try the others. I am new to baking, but I have already found my favorite yeast- Red Star. My mom and grandmother used it and I have many happy memories of being in the kitchen with them, as they created magic. 🙂

  336. I have never tried to make bread before, but I will try all 4.

  337. Artisan Baguette

  338. I’d probably start with the Boule. Of course, I’d have to find a pizza stone.

  339. Baguette first for sure

  340. I’d try the baguette first. It’s the easy shape. If it was eating, I’d probably try all before the end of day. I love home made bread.

  341. The Pain ‘Epi (I hope I wrote that correctly) looks amazing. My wife and I have been trying to make new breads and step outside of our comfort zones. At the beginning of the pandemic, we were not much good at baking, but the one positive of COVID-19 is that we have grown closer and tried new things, like baking bread. I have forwarded this to my wife and we are definitely going to try it! And thank you for spreading happiness and knowledge. The world needs more happiness and knowledge, I think. Bread is a great place to start. 🙂

  342. Thanks for 4 ingredient post. I rarely bake and it’s fun to read about how easy it could be if and when I start baking bread! I miss my grandmother’s homemade bread!

  343. I NEED a warm spot! I was getting ideas- a box on top of the electric heating pad! My house is TOO cold to get anything to rise properly, I had given up on bread, for real! But I want to try the advice now. I’d do a classic baguette first!

  344. I always love the boule. You can make bowls for hearty soups.

  345. I want to try the no knoead bagquette

  346. they all look great, i like the baguette

  347. I really want to try the Artisan Pain d’Epi and the Olive Fougasse. They look fabulous.

  348. would love to try these products – have never made bread w/o a bread machine……..

  349. Fougasse!

  350. The Pumpkin one looks yummy!

  351. I would try the baguette first but I’d like to try them all!

  352. One of my favorite things to do during my off time is baking. I really do enjoy it

  353. That olive fougasse is gorgeous!

  354. I really enjoy making bread and love the recipes that you post on your website and social media!

  355. I want to try a baguette

  356. I want to try the pain d’epi – such a fun shape!

  357. I would like to try the Apple Brioche Braid.

  358. I’ve made lots of Boules so I would love to try any other shapes. I think I will start with the Pain D’Epi

  359. I am going to try the olive bread , looks amazing

  360. No Knead Artisan Boule , I can remember my mom baking this bread

    • I would love to make any of these breads. They look amazing and I bet they smell heavenly baking. Anytime I smell bread baking it reminds me of my grandma. She’s the one who taught me how to bake & cook.

  361. Boule, for sure.

  362. Would really like to try the bucket.. I have really been enjoying baking bread, since the pandemic started.

  363. I would start with the boule.

  364. The olive fougasse would be my first to try

  365. I would like to try No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse.

  366. I will start with the Boule first..

  367. I just want to learn more ways to make bread.

  368. I’d love to make my own bread from scratch. These recipes look absolutely delicious and healthy.

  369. I watch the Great British Baking Show and I just wonder how they know how to bake bread like that. And now I see there is a chance that I could learn to actually make a baguette or something more complicated.

  370. I’d like to try the boule first, but they all look good.

  371. I’m going to try the Pain d’Epi. It looks made for ripping off a warm, crusty bit and smothering with butter… 😀

  372. I will try the olive fougasse of course!

  373. I want to start with the baguette — but there are many more breads I want to bake.

  374. Inspiring! Need to try one!

    • This is exciting. I’ve baked a fair amount of bread through the years but I want to add it to my routine and have baguettes regularly. These items are what Ineed.

  375. I would love to make the fougasses

  376. this looks amazing!

  377. I love Zoë’s video! I just mixed the dough and am waiting for two hours to pass so I can form it into a boule. Great activity during a PA snowstorm.

  378. I’ve seen no-knead recipes for awhile. With the variations you’ve shown I’ll finally make some using your recipes.

  379. I would love to make the Artisan Baguette. Nothing better that a baguette and some Brie.

  380. The pumpkin star bread is gorgeous! But Maybe I should start with something a little simpler like a baguette?

  381. No Knead Artisan Boule looks good to me!

  382. The dough whisk seems to be a real game changer, it would be useful to get a product review on ones available on the market.

  383. Pain d’Epi looks like a good one to try

  384. Pumpkin Star Bread.

  385. I would love to try my hand at baking the “No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi” because it is my first time seeing this kind of unique bread shape.

  386. These recipes should keep me busy for awhile!

  387. I would try the boule. Start with something round.

  388. I want to try all 4, but will start with the Boule

  389. I’d love to try the baguette recipe!

  390. I love making bread…. my hubby always praises the beautiful raise on the loaf…. thank goodness for our little secret in Red Start Yeast. ♥️

  391. They all look great but I would probably start with the No Knead Artisan baquette

  392. No Knead Artisan baquette would be the first I would try.

  393. No Knead Artisan Boule is the first one like to try to make first here

  394. Thank you for sharing how to make many wonderful breads!

  395. I want to try the fougasse

  396. No Knead Boule looks like the one to start with for me!!!

  397. They all look so good! I would try the No Knead Artisan Baguette recipe first!

  398. Love these Yeast bread recipes!

  399. Looks so good.

  400. epi

  401. I would love to try the baguette recipe

  402. My kids love when I make bread! I started making it in my dutch oven 7 years ago.

  403. Thank you for this recipe.

  404. Since the Master Dough recipe makes enough to make all four, I’d make all four and throw a party!

  405. No Knead Artisan Baguette. Looks easier and still delicious.

  406. I’d love to try the Pain d’Epi. Looks amazing!

  407. Looks stunning!

  408. A great recipe. THX

  409. YUM

  410. I’m looking forward to trying the Artisan boule.

  411. use to make bread at home but it’s been a looooong time, like to give it a try again, going to start off with some easy , simple recipes. Love the smell of fresh baked bread

  412. I like the star bread.

  413. The no knead artisian baguette!

  414. Is it lame (no pun intended) to choose the classic baguette?

  415. I really want to make the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi!!

  416. Fougasse classic

  417. Would love to try the fougasse.

  418. The art of making bread brings me so much joy!

  419. I will probably make the Boule first. 🥰

  420. I would love to try The New Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day. I am sure I will try then all

  421. Will want to try the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse first!

  422. Making bread is great always use redstar yeast. I am going to try the no knead artisan bread next.

  423. I’d start by making the baguette bread.

  424. I love no knead bread recipes.

  425. I love the shapes!

  426. Love the raspberry almond star.
    Hope to make the olive leaf soon!

  427. I would love to attempt a baguette. They are so good, but they seem so intimidating …

  428. She is the bread queen! I am going to try these and I am unable to pick which one first! Fantastic and I am also jealous my skills are not up to par.

  429. would like to make the baggettes

  430. I’d make the boule first! Yumm!

  431. I’d like to try the No Knead Artisan Baquette. I think it would be great to dip in Balsamic or Rosemary Olive oil

  432. Boule first and then the others. all look great!

  433. Looks delicious!

  434. Cannot wait to try these recipes!!

  435. I’d like to try the baguette.

  436. Great instructions. I’d love to try the Fougasse.

  437. THE FIRST REIPE I WILL TRY IS THE No Knead Artisan Baguette AS IT WILL ENHANCE MY MEALS AND LEND ITSELF TO INCLUSION IN SO VERY MANY RECIPES , SUCH AS GERMAN BREAD DUMPLINGS AND TASTE MARVELOUS . THE BAGUETS ALSO LOOK SO PLEASING .

  438. I really want to try these breads! Thanks!

  439. I’m a sucker for a crusty boule. Can you bake this one in a Dutch oven?

  440. I think a first try for me would be the Boule shaped–round.

  441. WOW! Can’t wait!

  442. I’d love to try and master the beautiful baguette shape!

  443. The boule. It all looks great!

  444. I’d like to try the Boule. Several years ago I tried making a similar bread but it never turned out well for me – the crust was always too hard. So I’d love to try again & maybe having all the right products will make all the difference!

  445. I would try the Pain d’Epi first.

  446. The olive bread looks great!

  447. I would love to try making the artisan Boule bread first. Thank you for the chance to enter the giveaway

  448. I made this bread yesterday, it is so delicious. Love it !!! Elizabeth

  449. I Love making cinnamon rolls

  450. I would like to learn how to make my own bread the right way. Something always happens and it seems dry.

  451. I’d like to try the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi. This would be great to dunk into a bowl of soup.

  452. Love that the dough is saved and used when bread is needed!

  453. Artisan Olive Fougasse

  454. Ill try a baguette

  455. I would like to make a boule.

  456. I would try the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi first.

  457. I would like to try the No Knead Artisan Boule shape first.

  458. I plan to try the No Knead Artisan Boule first. They’re all great looking recipes!

  459. I would try the Artisan Boule no knead shape first.

  460. I would probably try making a baguette.

  461. No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse

  462. The Olive Fougasse sound wonderful! The shape is so interesting and olives are a huge favorite in our house.

  463. I would like to try to make the Artisan Boule bread first

  464. Boule. Looks like you could do so many things with this basic shape.

  465. I would love to try the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse! So pretty!

  466. The No Knead Artisan Baguette

  467. the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse bread… looks beautiful

  468. I’d try the No Knead Artisan Baguette shape first.

  469. The Olive Fougasse looks amazing!

  470. Classic baguette for me!

  471. I would definately love to try the baguette first.

  472. Pain d’Epi

  473. I would like to try the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi first

  474. I would make the round bread shape, since it looks so delicious !

  475. The Pumpkin Star bread sounds amazing. I would try it first.

  476. I’d like to try the no-knead baguette

  477. Boule

  478. these look so yummy!

  479. They all look great, but I think I would try the baguette or boule first.

  480. I’m a baguette girl !

  481. The baguette or the star bread

  482. I would start with the Pain d’Epi. Looks so good!!

  483. Like to try the Boule.

  484. The No Knead Artisan baquette would be the first I would try!

  485. Pain d’Epi! Bread is life.

  486. I’ve never made bread from scratch before. Now that I’m retired, I have the time to experiment on the baking I’ve always wanted to make. I’d like to make the No Knead Artisan Boule first.

  487. Pain d’epi is the one I will try.

  488. Artisan Baguette for me

  489. Love Red Star yeast – it is the only one I use for making homemade bread@

  490. Love to bake and look forward to trying out the NO KNEAD Artisan Bread recipe.

  491. I am looking forward to making them all, but first……..The Fougasse!
    You are my go-to site for bread recipes:-)

  492. baguette – never made bread but would love to try

  493. I love bread! and making it! So does my husband.

  494. The Boule looks deslish, but I pinned them all to try later

  495. No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse

  496. Would love to try the Boule. Looks very good.

  497. The Pain d’Epi looks so awesome!!!!

  498. Love the smell of baking bread. And, eating a piece of fresh, hot bread with butter. Yum!

  499. I have always wanted to make a fougasse.

  500. Thank you for the straight forward instructions and the pictures. I’ve never made my own break before, so I’d probably try making a baguette first.

  501. Platinum Moments box looks amazing and would be even more fun to use all the cool gear and Zoe’s cookbook and the baking stone. LOVE IT!

  502. I would love to try making the baguette.

  503. There is nothing in the world like homemade bread.

  504. I want to try my hand at No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse

  505. I WOULD LIKE TO TRY THE BOULE FIRST…I AM NOT GOOD AT BREADMAKING.

  506. Oh how I love homemade bread!!

  507. No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse looks delicious!

  508. I will try making the Artisan Baguette first. It looks the yummiest to me.

  509. the traditional baguette.

  510. OLive Fougasse looks amazing

  511. I am trying the fougasse this weekend!

  512. I’d like to try “No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi” first.

  513. I would like to try the pumpkin star bread!

  514. I want to try the boule. It would be nice if there were quick links to items shown here. Especially the proofing bucket, bowls and a lame. Not sure what a lame is, but I figured there’d be a description of one on a related link.

  515. I’d love to try the Olive Fougasse.

  516. The pumpkin bread star.

  517. Can’t wait to try these recipes. Love learning from Zoe. She makes artisan bread making look so easy.

  518. They all look great, but I’m new to breadmaking so I need to stick to the basics until I know what I’m doing.

  519. Like many I started this during COVID. I’d like to learn to do the wheat shaped rolls.

    • I would like to try the Epi bread. We love crusty breads!

  520. The Master Dough was a seamless beginning to the success of the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi. I trust Red Star for it’s consistent quality.

  521. I think my first choice is the No Knead Artisan Baguette. It looks lovely, and I know it would be a big hit in my house!

  522. I would like to make the baguette bread.

  523. I would try the Pain d’Epi first! It looks so whimsical and fun!

  524. I would start with the No Knead Artisan baquette

  525. I would love to taste The No Knead Artisan Boule!!!

  526. Some very pretty loaves here.

  527. I love baking bread, these recipes look great

  528. I can’t wait to try the pain d’epi!

    • What beautiful breads. I would make the No Knead Artisan Boule first!

  529. The recipe is perfect for an easy quick wonderful loaf of bread. This is one I’m absolutely going to try.

  530. I’d go for the Pumpkin Bread Star.

  531. I’m making fougasse tonight!

  532. baguette

  533. I’d try the Artisan Baguette first!

  534. I’m making the Baguette!

  535. Baguette for sure!!!!

  536. That delicious baguette is calling my name. But honestly they all are, I could live on bread alone lol.

  537. I would try to make the baguette first. I buy one every week at the store it would be so nice to make my own.

  538. I’m going to be making baguettes!

  539. I’d like to try all of them~ But maybe the Artisan Baguette first!

  540. Pain d’Epi looks like a great “beyond beginner” recipe to try.

  541. I’d start by making the baguettes! I love having them with jam and butter.

  542. I’d like to make the boule first.

  543. Such talent in bread making..

  544. I would like to try the fougasse first

  545. wow i am hungry now

  546. There is nothing greater than freshly made bread!

  547. This looks like something I could do. I would try the Artisan Baguette!

  548. Olive Fougasse!YUM!!!

  549. They all look wonderful. I plan on making all of them! Thank you so much for the recipes and the help you offer to make them. I always wanted to try my hand at making breads. Wish me luck !

  550. i love to cook and bake. who doesnt love fresh bread. i want to win so i can do something fun during the pandemic

  551. They all look great!

  552. If I win I’d try the Artisan Boule first. Looks so good!

  553. The no knead artisan baguette.

  554. The baguette!

  555. Everything looks so good!

  556. Our family loves bread!

  557. Very cool looking

  558. I would try the Apple Brioche Braid first!

  559. I’d like to try making the baguettes first.

  560. No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi would be the first I would try

  561. I would try the baguette first

  562. I’d go with the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi. Perfect shape for tearing off pieces easily.

  563. Ooooh, the No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epi!

  564. Like to try the No Knead Artisan Baguette first.

  565. The Baugette!!

  566. I would try making the boule first. I recently tried a bacon cheddar boule that was so delicious. I’d like to practice with various add-ins!

  567. I would love to try my hands at Artisan Boule. So yummy in my tummy.

  568. I am 78 and trying to teach “an old dog (me)” a mew trocl
    i have always wanted to bake bread
    and
    Now is the time

    Thanks for the recipes and yeast suggestions

    Rodney Deal
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  569. The cranberry raspberry star bread looks absolutely delicious. I’d
    love to give that a try, yum!!

  570. I’d try the boule first

  571. the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse is what I would try first

  572. I like the Artisan Boule.

  573. Gosh! These breads are gorgeous! I have always wanted to try the fougasse and feel like these instructions were so complete that I could be successful. Going to try the baguette technique as well… mine never look that crusty. Thanks!

  574. I would like try the Artisan Olive Fougasse

  575. I would start with the Artisan Baguette! Just imagining the scent of bread baking is making me remember walking into our local bread store as a child.

  576. The baguette

  577. Wow, these recipes look great!

  578. The baguettes look gorgeous

  579. My husband is always buying the grocery store baguettes. I would make the baguettes, first.

  580. No Knead Artisan Pain d’Epiv is the one I pick to try I am comfortable with making bread but not in shapes of the bread that will be new to me

  581. the baguette looks like the winner

  582. Wow that looks yummy

  583. You had me at “no knead”! Easy and looks delicious!

  584. I’m loving these recipes. They look scrumptious!

  585. The pumpkin star is very cool

  586. I have always used a breadmaker in the past, but now I can’t wait to make No Knead Artisan Baguettes!

  587. boule would be first

  588. Great variety of recipes!

  589. I would love to try the No Knead Artisan Baguette

  590. I never would have tried the Fougasse without your excellent tutorial!!! Recipes here- as always…FANTASTIC!!!

  591. I love using your product

  592. We make the Artisan Boule in a dutch oven when we go camping. Love making homemade bread.

  593. The olive fougasse.

  594. They all look fantastic. I want to try them all. I bake bread several times a week.

  595. the no knead boule

  596. Terrific!

  597. I would start out with the “No Knead Artisan Baguette”.

  598. Rated 4 because I haven’t tried yet. Sounds easy//

  599. No Knead Artisan Baguette
    This is the one I would try first. Like that there is no kneading, and love the outside crunch, and the fresh soft bread inside.

  600. Yum! Cant wait to try one of these out!

  601. I’d love to try the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse.

  602. I just started baking bread during the pandemic. I could sure use these tools.

  603. The No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse

  604. I love making bread and look forward to trying the artisan bread.

  605. I think I’ll be making the baguettes. They’re a favorite of mine.

  606. Baguette shape seems like I would have fun making, especially making them individual sized for our small family

  607. the Artisan Boule!

  608. The Boule. I need something easy to start.

  609. I love the Boule, but I am intrigued by the Pain d’Epi for sharing with company!

  610. I have used the master recipe with great success! Looking forward to trying the pain d’epi!

  611. Baguette! Yes!!

  612. Looking forward to trying the Olive Fougasse! ^_^

  613. I really want to try this bread. It looks delicious!

  614. I would love to try the Boule. I love Bread(home made) especially Artsian is the best in my book. I can’t wait to try it.

  615. Love the artisan bread dough, but not the weight I gained from eating all the great bread.

  616. Love all of the no knead options! Can’t wait to try the baguette.

  617. I need to add some of these breads to my repertoire

  618. I’ve never made bread so I’m so excited to try this method.

  619. Bread is the staff of life! I love these easy artisan breads!

  620. Some amazing recipes and advice offered here. Can’t wait to watch the lessons and add some more skills to my baking repetoire. Have been making bread, including sourdough, for 40 plus years. Thanks for offering this oppourtunity!

  621. I want to try making the Pain d’Epi bread. It looks awesome.

  622. I’ve only made pizza dough. I’d love to tackle a loaf of bread.

  623. In memory of Susanne I am anxious to ,are the multigrain artisan bread!

  624. My dear friend Susanne made the best artisan bread,but she moved away, so I never get it anymore.I’m anxious to try it….but whenever I ,are it I’ll think of Susanne.

  625. I would love to try the no knead artisan baguette

  626. Truly love this method of making bread! Very satisfying and delicious. Love Red Star yeast!

  627. I would make the fougasse shape. Thank you for the recipes. 🙂

  628. I’m not much of a bread eater but your photos had my mouth watering!

  629. Thanks for the recipes!

  630. I knead this

  631. I would make the No Knead Artisan Boule.

  632. I will tackle the “No Knead Artisan Boule“ first. All of the recipes look wonderful but for now the boule looks like a good starting point. Thank you so much for the recipes and lovely pictures. I started making/baking bread over 50 years ago in home-ec. I’ve been making bread ever since. I’m very much into sourdough bread too. I started out with a Herman start and have moved on to making a more sour- less sweet breads. I truly love the entire process of bread making. Thank you.

  633. I really love the No Knead Artisan Olive Fougasse