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submitted 11 months ago by WestyFlyer to c/newcommunities

Hopefully, I've done this correctly. Feel free to join and enjoy the conversation about bread!

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[-] justhach 18 points 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago)

There is already a bread lemmy if you want to check it out.

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[-] WestyFlyer 7 points 11 months ago

I saw that one, but it seems like it's just a place to post pictures of the bread that people had made whereas I'd like this one to be more about sharing recipes and techniques. I love looking at other people's bread, but I love making it myself even more :)

[-] justhach 3 points 11 months ago

Ah, gotcha. I was just sharing because it seemed a little more active, might generate more discussion.

Im sure no one there would be mad if you shared a recipe or two ; )

[-] WestyFlyer 2 points 11 months ago

Chances are I’ll end up over there. So thank you for the heads up. 😀

[-] Aux 2 points 11 months ago

Bready is the place for everything bread related. It's just that people mostly post pictures at the moment.

this post was submitted on 13 Jul 2023
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