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- 1 1/4 lbs. (5 Cups) Gold Medal Flour
- 1 Cake Compressed Yeast
- 1 1/2 Level Teaspoons Salt
- 2 Level Teaspoons Sugar
- 1 1/2 Cups Water
- Crumble yeast cake, dissolve in small amount of the like warm water.
- Add the resr of the luke warm water, salt and sugar
- Mix well and add all of the flour
- When paritally mixed, add the shortening.
- Mix well with the hands. Keep sides of bowl clean.
- Turn out on slightly floured board and knead until dough is smooth
- Allow to stand in warm place (80 to 82 degrees F.) for two hours or until double in bulk
- Knead down and let stand 45 minutes.
- Knead again and let stand 15 minutes.
- Divide dough for the loaves if more than on loaf if being made.
- Put in well greased loaf pans.
- Allow to rise until light.
Temperature - 425 F. (Hotoven) for first 15 minutes, then reduce heat to 380 F. (Moderately hot oven.)
Size of Pan - 5x10 in.
Amount - Two one lb. loaves, or one one lb. loaf and one dozen rolls.