liquidised bread HELP

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I am fishing Bullock Farm this sunday, and 72lb won it using liquidised bread, the problem is the way i do it isnt the proper way, people tell me loads of different things, anyone help to prepare liquidised bread and what i have to do.

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Very simple. Use a fresh loaf, cut off the crusts then blast it in a liquidiser. The longer the blast the finer it is. If the crust is left on it tends to have a courser texture.

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use a 2-3 day old loaf, cut off the crusts and blitz it, then sieve it, blitz it, sieve etc until you have enough, usually takes me about 8 times blitzing and sieving to get enough. Or just buy punch crumb from the shop and use a atomiser to mix, takes a long time and you need to riddle the end result but can be better than liquidised bread as liquidised is extreamly filling

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ill only bother messing about 4 canals or winter fishing rivers or carp puddles i just soak the loaf crusts anall till it soaks up all the water and flavour and mix till sloppy then fish with flake ive had some fair results

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ill only bother messing about 4 canals or winter fishing rivers or carp puddles i just soak the loaf crusts anall till it soaks up all the water and flavour and mix till sloppy then fish with flake ive had some fair results
 
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