Some Loaves

jbaez13

My grandma knows that my starter is still up and coming and that I've been aching to bake with it. So, to help ease the pain a little, she let me have some of hers LOL.

[img]http://sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/7324-2/2lo.jpg[/img]

[img]http://sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/7328-2/closeup2lo.jpg[/img]

[img]http://sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/7331-2/crumbpic.jpg[/img]

I baked these with it. Combo of AP flour and some dark rye. Kneaded using Dan Lepard's method of short kneads and ~10 minute rests. I don't think I'll ever go back to regular kneading- the crumb this technique produces is so light and tasty!

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Pab 2007 January 22

I love Dan's method - so long as you remember that there are other ways to make bread...

Vive la différence - variety is the spice of life - etc, etc

Best wishes

Pete

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Bill44 2007 January 22

Yep, it's a great method. I use it for anything over 65% hydration, below that I still use the traditional knead.

Latest Fad 2007 January 22

Grandma always helps out :I hope you shared it with her.D I only just beat you with some pictures. Good on you. Latest Fad.

jbaez13 2007 January 22

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Grandma always helps out :I hope you shared it with her.D I only just beat you with some pictures. Good on you. Latest Fad.
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haha Yeah, she got a loaf.

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TeckPoh 2007 January 23

Now that we've got the initial pix posting taken care of, how about catching up with our posts? LOL! About bread, of course.

Great bread, Jacob!

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