Bread terms

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108 breads

I added a glossary of bread making lingo to my blog site. I have to admit that I need to refer back to some books, especially on the topic of pre-ferments and the differences among them. Seems like a few terms are used interchangeably. The definitions are not formal and I concede that my experience is not professional in the least.not 

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