funny things that happen when you play with high hydration

Croc

photo is coming as soon i pull this thing out of the owen

hydration ~80% does strange things to your bread

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Croc 2006 August 4

here you go
my first ever baked TURTLE
(i hope nobody calls RSPCA)
[img]http://sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/4505-2/turtle.jpg[/img]

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TeckPoh 2006 August 4

Hey, you've discovered Pet Breads or izzit Bread Pets? Now, make a rabbit.

[img]http://static.flickr.com/64/206269080_80f4616722.jpg[/img]

Croc 2006 August 4

speaking of that doughnuts, oh boy, what a CRAP
most over rated place on earth
i heard all this good things about it and there is alway 100s of cars waiting even last night at 1am i had to wait for over 30min to get my pack and it SUCKED
worst doughnuts i eat in my whole life

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SourYumMum 2006 August 4

Love the turtle!

Hate the donuts ... and they use this disgusting stuff for fundraising at our local primary school!!!!!!! Should be illegal.

I reckon that's a tasty turtle, too, croc!

Carol

Croc 2006 August 4

turtle head wasn't very nice but rest of my turtle was really nice, the turtle's shell was really yum

Croc 2006 August 5

every time i look at this pic i can't stop laughing
so much fun from bit of water and flour

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bethesdabakers 2006 August 5

Excellent.

Some of the guys on the project have wild ideas about what the public would go for. They were suggesting little dinosaurs and I was gently explaining that it would never work because of what happens to dough when it hits the heat.

Now I see I was WRONG.

Mick

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Jeremy 2006 August 5

Looks like a snail or The rolling stones emblem(tongue)

[url]http://www.djolley.com/stones/images/RStongue.jpg[/url]

Jeremy

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