This was my first stab at making this bread and I goofed!---I got sidetracked from what I was doing (hectic morning in the kitchen) and forgot to oil/spray the sheet of plastic wrap I used to cover the dough before letting it rise (thank goodness, I halved the recipe for my first attempt and was making only 1 loaf). It stuck horribly and deflated the loaf so I tried to give it another rise for 45 minutes. No luck, so I baked the flat thing anyway for exactly 30 minutes. I waited 10 minutes before removing it from the pan and had no trouble with sticking. I couldn't wait until it was totally cool so I cut a piece, toasted it, and ate it with butter and jam. The English muffin flavor of the bread was spot on and the texture wasn't too bad as it still had some nooks and crannies. Amazing, considering it was such a flat loaf. I will most definitely be making another attempt at this, but only when I'm completely alone in my kitchen. I'm sure my next try will be totally successful. Thank you, for this wonderful recipe.
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