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Easy Amish Friendship Bread Starter

By: Jill from One Good Thing by Jillee

Easy Amish Friendship Bread Starter
Easy Amish Friendship Bread Starter
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Spread the love with a batch of Easy Amish Friendship Bread Starter. If you haven't received a bag of Amish friendship bread dough in a while, make your own with this homemade bread recipe. Your friends will be so excited when you give them their individual bags to nurture, give away, and bake. This recipe only calls for five ingredients, so whipping it up is as easy as can be. Once you've made your starter batch, print out the kneading and baking instructions for your friends and family so that they can enjoy their Amish bread!

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where do you get the starter recipe from. The recipe says not to do anything on Day 1 and mash the bag the days that follow. But what do you start with I see nothing in the recipe that tells you what or how much to put in the bag on day one??????

You'll find the starter recipe on that same page. It's just above where you see the list of days and above the six photos involving a liquid measuring cup and a whisk. It's right below the second photo on the page, which shows two measuring cups (one filled with milk) and a jar of yeast. The recipe for the starter is only available on the page itself, not the pdf that's available for download.

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