This was a question that Isabelle asked in response to one of my experiments. I thought that others here (Nina, Mick) might have more knowledge than I of t... read more →
....does it cost in electricity for typical domestic fan forced electric owen per hour?
just wondering if my bread is really cheap or maybe i'm looking at ... read more →
has anyone tried baking using spelt/rice flour? whats the results and what to look out for when using these kinds of flour low in gluten?
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I?ve been baking bread for a little while now and have been experimenting with different techniques. I have been very successful in creating a vibrant and ... read more →
Recently I had a loaf not turn out so well. Rather poorly in fact!
I'd welcome some comments and advice about what might have gone wrong. Fair wa... read more →
I'm thinking my sad story could be grounds for divorce.
SourDom ... as I mentioned a few weeks ago, I was going to follow your instructions ... which I did... read more →
OK ... a question of yeast vs sourdough from one of the beginners.
Y'all know about the 'incident' I had a couple of weeks ago (hubby accidentally threw my... read more →
Francis asked me in a PM, but I have posted the reply here as others may have the same question
how to get more rounder breads like soccer balls th... read more →
Ask questions and make suggestions for [url=http://www.sourdough.com.au/beginners/#TOOLPREP]TOOL PREP[/url] read more →
Take #3 and I have some results that I like:
[img]http://stonerows.net/gile... read more →
would like to ask whether there is a guide when using leaven with different types of bread.
1) one has a plain flour type leaven would it be more suited... read more →
Can I freeze yeast succesfully? read more →
tried baking my 1st sourdough. used 100% hydration. started at 10am and baked at 7pm.
leaven was refreshed on saturday at 11pm and used on sunday at 10a... read more →
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All the terms and more that you ever wanted to know the meaning of.
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My husband is from a Russian family. Being able to make piroshki is important!
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