Dic Lott on BitTorrent Bundles

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Dic Lott is the talented lyricist from Ridge Spring, SC. His smooth voice, intellectual style and country dialect shines when either free-styling with Mutha Tung on Jazzy Soul “GODZ Plan” or flowing over EXC’s hardest Hip Hop “Big Brother Dic Lott.” Dic Lott is versatile, honest, deliberate, intelligent, smooth and humble. Dic Lott on BitTorrent Bundles is for Hip Hop heads that crave authenticity, creative lyric flow, and originality.
The bundle will include a short video of Dic Lott free-styling and Playlist 1 Big Bro 2 In Love 3 Not This Time Remix 4 Pomanz Vision 5 For What it’s Worth 6 GODZ Plan 7 EQ-Lites 8 Not This Time.

http://bundles.bittorrent.com/bundles/aaridiclott

Audio Anime’s FAVORITE HOMEMADE SANDWICH BREAD

AARI FAVORITE HOMEMADE SANDWICH BREAD
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PREP TIME
3 hours
COOK TIME
35 mins
TOTAL TIME
3 hours 35 mins

We’ve been experimenting with several bread recipes to find this one! Perfect sandwich bread!

Makes: 1 Loaf

INGREDIENTS
• 1 cups warm water
• 1 Tbs. sugar
• 1/2 Tbs. dry active yeast
• 1/2 tsp. salt
• 2 1/4 cups organic all purpose flour
• 1 1/4 Tbs. organic butter, softened (can substitute extra virgin organic coconut oil)

INSTRUCTIONS
1. In a bowl, pour the water and the sugar. Mix until dissolved. Add the yeast. Again, mix until dissolved. Set it aside for 10 minutes.
2. Add in the flour and the salt. Then, slice up the butter (or oil) into smaller pieces and add it.
3. Knead the ingredients together for about 10 minutes by hand, about 5 minutes with a mixer until it feels slightly elastic, smooth and isn’t sticking to anything.
4. Knead the dough into a ball and place it in a clean bowl. Cover it with some plastic wrap that you have sprayed with cooking spray or rubbed with some oil. Set the bowl in a warm place. Allow it to rise for one hour.
5. Uncover the dough and punch into it once or twice to get it to push all the air out of it.
6. Knead it again (you don’t have to take it out of the bowl, I do it right in the bowl) for about a minute or so, forming it into a ball.
7. Sprinkle flour onto your table or other wooden work surface.
8. Put the ball in the middle of the work surface.
9. Knead it a little folding it over itself over and over. Create a loaf shape and place it into your lightly greased loaf dish.
10. Put pan back where you had the bowl for the first rise, uncovered for one hour.
11. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. When your dough has risen the second time and doubled in size, it’s time to put it in the oven for 35-40 minutes.
12. When it’s done, remove from the oven and allow it to sit in the pan for 5 minutes. After the 5 minutes, using a potholder or towel, turn the bread out onto a cooling rack and allow it to cool the rest of the way. Since you’re aiming for sandwich bread, it is better not to cut it until it is completely cooled to avoid crumbliness. Once cooled, slice and store at room temperature (or in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.)