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Best bread for turkey stuffing?

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chai Dec 24, 2008 10:44 AM

It's my first time making stuffing from scratch. What's the best kind of bread to use for a sausage and sage variety? The recipe I found doesn't specify.

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  1. greygarious RE: chai Dec 24, 2008 11:05 AM

    Generally, a substantial soft-crust white bread like Arnold or Pepperidge Farm is assumed. I prefer the flavor of stuffing made with multi-grain or oatmeal bread, and of course it's healthier. I wouldn't recommend a coarse, crusty, peasant-style bread,

    The Great Harvest Bread Company franchise bakeries make "stuffing bread" at Thanksgiving and Christmas - a whole wheat loaf containing onions, celery, and sage. I make my stuffinf from scratch, but I also get this loaf, and use it for sandwiches.

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      ChiliDude RE: chai Dec 24, 2008 11:39 AM

      Cornbread croutons

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