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The Fresh Loaf

Information for amateur artisan bakers and bread enthusiasts

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  • Einkorn
    EinkornSubmitted by makebreadnet on September 24, 2018 - 7:12pm.Hi all,Not sure if this belongs here but I recently milled some Einkorn wheat and used it to make sourdough.  It came out great!Here's the list to the whole post about the Einkorn Bread...
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  • 100% organic white flour
    100% organic white flourSubmitted by solano on September 24, 2018 - 6:31pm.I tried to get a strong flour last week, but I could not, I only found 25kg packages, which is a lot for me, hard to keep at home and I use only a little every weekend, I woul...
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  • cold lye vs boiling lye
    cold lye vs boiling lyeSubmitted by TOMATOANDEGG on September 24, 2018 - 5:56pm.Hi guys, i'm making brioche buns and want a dark brown exterior.
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  • Scoring
    ScoringSubmitted by Abe on September 24, 2018 - 4:03pm.When aiming for an ear, with one lengthways scoring popular with batards, is it at a 30° angle straight down the middle or a 30° angle slightly off centre with a gentle curve? ...
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  • Hobart CE100
    Hobart CE100Submitted by crusty on September 24, 2018 - 2:20pm.Hello! I am new here, and got here because I was searching about my hobart ce100>I saw other posts about the C210, and someone said that the C10, C210 and CE100 are almost the same.  ...
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  • Advice on score and rise please!
    Advice on score and rise please!Submitted by aleksdok on September 24, 2018 - 6:36am.Hi, I’m fairly new to baking sourdough.
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  • First successful bake from freshly milled flour
    First successful bake from freshly milled flourSubmitted by severoon on September 23, 2018 - 11:26pm.After a false start with my new Komo, I got some advice in this forum on tweaks I needed to make working with freshly milled flour.Well, I did that,...
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  • brown rice flour starter?
    brown rice flour starter?Submitted by pcake on September 23, 2018 - 9:53pm.i'm allergic to modern wheat, and my previous starters were made with spelt, usually white spelt.  they started out pretty active, smelled and tasted great, but after a whil...
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  • BASIL PACKED, YEAST FREE BREAD
    BASIL PACKED, YEAST FREE BREADSubmitted by jennaquint on September 23, 2018 - 8:58pm.Find the recipe here: https://www.amatterofsnacks.com/basil-packed-yeast-free-bread/This bread is packed with healthy ingredients, including antioxidant rich olive...
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  • Red vs White Freshness
    Red vs White FreshnessSubmitted by charbono on September 23, 2018 - 8:43pm.Is it my imagination, or is freshness more important in red wheat than white wheat?...
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