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Sourdough Baking

First bake

by Bill44
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Well I did the first bake in the new oven today. A couple of 750g Pugliese bread from a recipe that Jeremy sent me. It's a 75% hydration recipe so it's a f... read more →

posted 8 years ago

Loading the Oven

by matthew
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Just flicked a couple of loaves onto the stone. One landed resting against the back wall, while the other didn't quite all make it onto the stone and now ... read more →

posted 8 years ago

The Usual

by Bill44
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Just the usual 3 white. [img]http://sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/4507-1/new_Monday+002.jpg[/img] [img]http://sourdough.com.au/gal... read more →

posted 8 years ago

Unslashed Rye.

by Bill44
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Remembering the unslashed Latvian rye loaves of my youth I decided not to slash these three. I upped the hydration a bit to give them a bit more skin flexi... read more →

posted 8 years ago
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Reading english, american, australian and other recipes in english, I find it quite confusing what an array of words are used to describe a sourdough. So ... read more →

posted 8 years ago

Baguettes

by Bill44
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No these couches are not for sale. We had a freezer full of bread so SWMBO banned me from the kitchen. Thinking that I might like to see if I could make ... read more →

posted 8 years ago
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Just to emphasise the importance of accuracy when you are weighing your ingredients I am posting the following. I wanted to adjust my standard 750g rye rec... read more →

posted 8 years ago
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i googled and there is quite a few out there, did anyone tried making those mid-east flat breads and can recommend good version of recipe? my wife used to ... read more →

posted 8 years ago
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i been reading some polish forums and i noticed that lots of people add vinegra to their bread, 2tblspoons per 500gr of flour they claim it gives nice tast... read more →

posted 8 years ago

Dom's Tutorial

by valmai
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Dom, I have been making leaven, following your instructions, and today I made my first loaf of Mill Bread. It is a great success, we can't stop eating it! ... read more →

posted 8 years ago

catch up with TP

by Jeremy
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[img]http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y85/jergra/CIMG0632.jpg[/img] [img]http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y85/jergra/CIMG0631&#... read more →

posted 8 years ago

The weekend bake

by matthew
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All these photos of wonderful bread inspired me to bake last weekend and then to photograph and share the results. So finally after a busy week and two fa... read more →

posted 8 years ago

Todays Muffins

by Bill44
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Todays batch of English Muffins. [img]http://sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/4406-1/new_Muffins+006.jpg[/img] [img]http://sourdough.com&... read more →

posted 8 years ago

Sunflower Rye

by Jeremy
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[img]http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y85/jergra/CIMG0633.jpg[/img] Still trying to outpost yak-yak(TP) Sunflower rye! [img]http://i3&#... read more →

posted 8 years ago

Black out bread

by Jeremy
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They have a saying at the post office regarding rain, snow or shine and delivery! I just got through a 7 day black out in NYC, perhaps you heard of it? Wel... read more →

posted 8 years ago

10 Prong Mixer.

by Bill44
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Well here's a few pics of my 10 prong food processor in action on 2 1/4 Kg of 64% hydration 1/3 Rye dough, oh yes it is sticky. The specks you can see are... read more →

posted 8 years ago