Hi Terry! Thank you for your comment. I do include …

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Hi Terry! Thank you for your comment. I do include the measurements for the mini bread pans I used in the instructions of the recipe. They are 5 x 2 inches. The other size I tested, also seen in the newer pictures, is 7.5 x 3.5 inches, which is smaller than an average bread pan. I can add that size in the post as well. I do mention that for one loaf, the baking time is about 50 minutes. Is that how long you baked yours for? To help you troubleshoot, it would be helpful if you told me exactly which ingredients you used. Did you use parchment paper in your bread pan? Was your bread pan glass or metal? Was your oven preheated to be nice and hot? What kind of yeast did you use, and was it fresh? Perhaps if you try the recipe again, try smaller loaves, and once you perfect the ingredients that you use and the amount of water you add, you could bake the dough as a single loaf again. Let me know and I’ll do my best to help you with this recipe.

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