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Old 02-03-2014, 01:48 PM   #1
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This is a place to post anything bread related. Here's some of my pictures.





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Sunflower seed sourdough
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Nice! I was going to make some sourdough this weekend, but I forgot to mix the dough up in time to rise and bake. I've made it a few times with the "artisan" crust, but I wanted to try it with a more normal crust, which would have been a bit less tough to chew.
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I'll add a couple.
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Oops on the first.
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Nice looking crumb. How did you get the rolls in the fourth picture to open up like that. Does it have to do with the depth of the cut? Beautiful looking bread pics.
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Nice looking crumb. How did you get the rolls in the fourth picture to open up like that. Does it have to do with the depth of the cut? Beautiful looking bread pics.
Thanks, Kaiser rolls, the video shows how to form them, just recently started to do them after many years of making loafs.
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Thanks for the video.

Here's a picture of the crumb I'm getting. I'm hoping to get air pockets eventually.
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I find that a wetter dough will produce a more open crumb, it poses it own problems when free forming as I usually do.
Check out The fresh loaf.com, lots of great information.


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