Most of the following recipes each call for something that I may or may not have hiding in my pantry at any given time. Since I can't bear the letdown of finding out at the last minute that the food I had my heart set on making requires a crucial ingredient that I don't have (breathe here), I've listed the "special" ingredient in parentheses after each one so I can know at a glance whether or not it's a green light. Green for go.*
- Potato Bread page 18 in BH&G Homemade Bread Cook Book, 1973 (a potato)
- An Almost No-Knead Sandwich Bread technique from The Kitchn (beer, if using the CI recipe)
- Whole Wheat Sandwich Loaf from Rose Levy Beranbaum (dry milk)
- Grandma's Oatmeal Bread pg 22 in BH&G Homemade Bread Cook Book, 1973 (quick cooking oats, light molasses)
- How To Cook Everything, pages 228-230, has Sandwich Bread with variations (variations will more than likely require trip to store)
*Yellow = Caution! Substitute or go to store. Red light = Stop! Find another recipe.