MATT KEMP Associated Press LONDON (AP) — Are you struggling to find bread flour and fresh yeast at the moment? If so, you're not alone. With millions of people across the globe stuck at home due to lockdown measures imposed during the coronavirus pandemic, many people are choosing to make their own bread, rather than venturing to the local store to buy their weekly fix. But how does one make a loaf a bakery when yeast and bread flour seem as precious and rare as gold dust? The first option to consider, if you have a stash of bread flour but only a small amount of yeast, is a slow-rise loaf. This needs less than quarter of a teaspoon of instant dried yeast to make a stunning offering. Ken Forkish's white bread with 80% biga recipe, from his 2012 book "Flour, Water, Salt, Yeast," is
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