Getting ready for an interview with a baker and the cold being a great excuse to stay indoors allowed for some baking, new and old formulas!
Tourte au Sarr... read more →
Anybody have one? How do they do for bread baking?
Anyone know of a US dealer?
Just bought a house, and we have an unused chimney going right through the ... read more →
Hi where can I get 100% naturally leavened bread, like Sonoma bread in America, preferably Los Angeles California , or delivered in America for family over... read more →
Some of you may recall the battle with Coles last year regarding stocking of Wallaby Flour. They stocked it for me up untill Xmas and now head office will ... read more →
We have upgraded the forum software to the latest and greatest! As a result, every topic is marked as unread. Please click [url=http://www.sourdoug... read more →
Over the last few months spam overtook our spirit. It is now a joy to say, no more! I've upgraded the board to phpBB3. With this version comes an onslaught... read more →
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Bill and Jeremy have provided some interesting Excel spreadsheets to make formulating recipes easier. These can be used by home and professional bakers. Th... read more →
I recently purchased a couple of bannetons. Just wondering the best way to clean them. I have been duting the cane with flour (rye seems to work best and... read more →
I've just started making sourdough (and any kind of breads) recently, and have learnt a lot from this forum and similar resources
I got som... read more →
Do you or don't you? For my buns...usually around 60 - 80g, I never slash. I don't see them bursting at the wrong places. Is it necessary?
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We are bloated and just recovering from a late afternoon Thai meal, but yesterday was all turkey and stuffing!
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Peter Reinhart granted me an interview the other day, check it out it's up!
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Has anyone any experience with keeping chooks or ducks (2 or 3) in a suburban garden?
I was thinking of a couple of chooks, but I read today that ducks are... read more →
For many years I used a coffee plunger (French press) to brew my coffee. I have just upgraded to a Bialetti Caffettiera (Moka pot).
For the princely sum of... read more →
I had the time and had some starter moving for a Ciabattine and a Tabatiere de Jura
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