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Whole wheat molasses yogurt bread with figs and walnuts from Food52 Baking: 60 Sensational Treats You Can Pull Off in a Snap (page 12) by Food52 Editors

  • cornmeal
  • dried figs
  • molasses
  • walnuts
  • yogurt
  • white whole wheat flour

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  • Lepa on July 31, 2016

    I baked this for an hour and it came out dry and unappealing. Nobody in my family liked it. I was so disappointed after reading the rave reviews on Food52. Two days later I was hungry and decided to have a slice and suddenly, it was good! Lessons learned: 1) do not over bake. I think 50 minutes is probably sufficient for this bread; 2) It tastes better a day or two after it is made; and 3) It is excellent with butter and orange marmalade. Even after the revised opinion, I'm not sure if I'll rush to make this again. I think I wanted something slightly lighter- more like a cake.

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