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A loaf of bread made with milk instead of water.
- ‘Housewives gave an enthusiastic welcome to the new milk loaf which appeared in Bolton shops yesterday.’
- ‘I wanted to make some buns that were more summery than the spiced buns I often make and so I decided to adapt a recipe for a standard milk loaf and create a more delicate bun.’
- ‘For a good browned, softer texture, use your rich milk loaf recipe as your basic starting recipe and add the other features also if you wish.’
- ‘Thus, the whole wheat flour was used and this whole wheat Hokkaido milk loaf was created.’
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