I've made bread for years and years, but I've yet to find a recipe or a method that guarantees a soft enough crumb for sandwiches. Too often the bread is dry or it falls apart when you try to bite into a sandwich made from it... so I went looking on the internet to see if I could discover the secret.
Well, I didn't. Not yet, anyway. What I did discover is that no one mixes bread by hand any more. Not even to stir sugar and salt and yeast into some milk or water. What's so hard about that? Mixers, for heaven's sake! If it's electric, plug it in. After all, we don't want to use a muscle or two when our money can pay for the electricity to do it for us. As far as kneading bread goes, not too many even know how any more.
Okay, end of rant. But I still need a good homemade sandwich bread recipe or method or something. I make sandwiches from my homemade bread but I'm ready for something better. Does anyone know what it takes to make a soft, slice-able bread that won't fall apart in a sandwich?