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Old 01-27-2009, 05:15 PM   #1
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Default Maris Otter All Grain BREAD

Yes... Marris Otter bread.

Mashing the grains on the stove now... yeast is already proofed. I will post pics and recipe here when I get the dough rising.

These are NOT spent grains, but freshly milled Marris.

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Old 01-27-2009, 05:16 PM   #2
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sounds yummy to me...but shouldn't this be in the cooking forum?

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We have a cooking forum? MODS, please feel free to move.

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Here are a few prep pics.

Proofing Yeast


Cracked Marris Otter for the mash


Marris Mash for the bread dough

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Alright I know nothing about cooking but I may have to make me some of this. MO is my favorite grain to use, and I bet it makes a tasty bread.

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Alright I know nothing about cooking but I may have to make me some of this. MO is my favorite grain to use, and I bet it makes a tasty bread.

Heh, we will see...

I am bored (on call, no call) and still in my brewing/cooking mood from my session yesterday. SO, here I am... messing with this.

I will post the recipe AFTER it is baked and tasted!

Looks yummy, smells yummy... the dough is rising now.

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Old 01-27-2009, 05:53 PM   #7
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Damn, how about you fly over and bring me a loaf?

I really should bake bread more often than I do.

Edit: Makes a heck of a lot more sense to use non-spent grains too. I've nibbled on some spent grain and it's usually pretty bland.

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Bread from malted grain? Is that at all normal? I'm only asking 'cos I'm a bread dumbass.

If my MIL hears about this, my MO could end up in short supply!

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I have never heard of making bread from malted grains... and definately NEVER head of mashing it and including the "wort" from said grains in the bread. I think the yeasties are going to LOVE the converted sugars

I am bored... it is snowing like mad... my IMPERIAL APA is chugging along. Thought it was time for an experiment.

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I have never heard of making bread from malted grains... and definately NEVER head of mashing it and including the "wort" from said grains in the bread. I think the yeasties are going to LOVE the converted sugars

I am bored... it is snowing like mad... my IMPERIAL APA is chugging along. Thought it was time for an experiment.
Ah!!! OK!! I can relate to that! For a second there I thought you knew what you were doing!!
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