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How does the choice of liquid affect the dough?

Bread made with water has a chewier texture and crisper crust than one made with milk. However, milk helps produce a more delicate texture and, because of its protein and sugar (lactose) content, a deeper-hued crust. Adding milk, potato water, or beer furnishes the yeast with hearty food and the diner with added nutrients, calories, and flavor.

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