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Baking At Home (Adaption)

Baking At Home (Adaption)

Perfecting home-baked breads is deceptively elusive. It takes time to get the art, not to mention the science. And while social media offer oceans of bread baking photos and formulas, even at their most simple they can be tough to replicate when baked in your own...

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Sourdough Croissants

Sourdough Croissants

I love croissants. I love everything about them. Their layers of texture, from their crispy outside to their buttery soul. Their proud but simple elegance. Their mythic past of creation among Viennese bakers hiding in the cellars as the city was sacked by the Turks -...

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John Downes #repost

John Downes #repost

John Downes can be considered the father of the Australian sourdough bread movement.  I was introduced to him by bakers Graham Prichard and Dan Lepard. Downes has published multiple articles and books, celebrating food and baking history, as well as culture. It’s an...

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Home Sourdough

Home Sourdough

Just purchased the new Brod & Taylor Home for sourdough which is to maintain your schedule and temperature for your sourdough. First efforts were tricky and the dough or maybe sourdough didn't quite get the difference of how I used to maintain my starter in the...

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Baguettes

Baguettes

Baguette crumb Years ago, one of my baking teachers warned us that baguettes are among the easiest of breads to bake but among the hardest to prepare. Recently, I made a batch using long retarded dough with mixed milled grains (e.g. buckwheat, sesame, and lentils). My...

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Bara Brith

Bara Brith

My wife had intended to imbibe a couscous salad of hers with currants, raisins and alcohol. It made no sense to me until I recalled a speckled Welsh bread from Chris Young's The Real Bread Campaign. Young's credited the recipe for this British bread (known as "Bara...

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