Monthly Archives: November 2011

Flexible Sourdough

No pictures, at least not of the Pain de Campagne I just made, this time, just some words about the single, most useful feature of sourdough: its convenience. For me, baking bread has to fit around the day job – … Continue reading

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Hamelman Technique – VERY useful stuff!

Can’t emphasise enough how valuable this information is and how it provides a template for those of us (check!) with insufficient brilliance in the area of handling dough.

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Sourdough Wheat Beer and Onion Bread

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… sorry, wrong movie. Anyway, I made a wheat beer and onion bread using baker’s yeast some time back and was pretty pleased with it. If I’m honest, it had its … Continue reading

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