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Elagins

Inside the Jewish Bakery Errata posted

hi all,

Thanks for the great feedback and sharp eyes.  We've posted errata which you can access via the top links at http://www.insidethejewishbakery.com

Let us know whenever you find an error and we'll post it and make sure it's fixed in the next printing.

Thanks,

Stan & Norm

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joyfulbaker

Hi Stan,

Thanks for posting this.  Checked the errata sheet, but no mention of p. 75, Jewish Deli Rye.  Should the amount of white rye flour in part 2 of Day 1 be 2 1/2 cups (see my message).  All the other measurements add up to that.  I've just mixed this second step of the sour, so I hope my assumption is correct.  (Pretty thick "batter" at 2 1/2 cups!)

Joy 

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Elagins

I added the correction to the Errata. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

Stan

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joyfulbaker

Back again, like a bad penny.  Again, on p. 75, on Day 2, the ingredients list Hot water.  Step no. 3 says to add the warm water.  Also in ingredients, the listed amounts of oz. and gm. of ground caraway seeds are equivalent to 2 TBS by my measure.  In the introduction to the recipe on p. 74, the text says to add 1 to 2 tsp. of ground caraway to the dough.  Thanks for clarifying.

Joy

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joyfulbaker

Just took the two loaves out of the oven.  They came out looking beautiful and smelling wonderful.  I coated the outsides with coarse cornmeal and docked one and slashed the other.  Can't wait to taste--but we will. 

Joy

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joyfulbaker

 

 Here is the rye--incredible taste and aroma.  I used medium rye flour throughout.  I coated the loaves with coarse cornmeal before the final rise.  I had never made a rye with such a high percentage of sour, and the overnight refrigeration of the sour rather than the finished dough was new to me.  My "tweak" was to add a scant 1/4 cup finely diced fresh onion to the final dough and to reduce the water by 2 TBSP.   Also, I preheated the oven (with stone and pan of hot water beneath) to 460, which I maintained for 10 minutes, spritzing the oven twice during that time, also pouring more boiling water into the pan after 3 minutes, per recipe directions.  Then I lowered the heat to 400 for the next 15 minutes, then down to 375 for the final 15 minutes.  This is truly "wonder" bread! 

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Elagins

Thanks to the sharp eyes and accurate calculator of a TFLer, we've been made aware of several fairly egregious mistakes, specifically in the formulas for Rich Sourdough Barches (pp. 28-29),  Rustic Pumpernickel (pp. 67-68), New York Egg Bagels (p. 103), and Sweet Egg Dough (p. 109).

The corrected formulas are posted on the Errata tab of the IJB website: http://bit.ly/vnPEbf

We apologize for the errors.

Stan

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AnnaInMD

The recipe calls for ClearJel, arrowroot or "tapioca" starch.

The instructions substitute tapioca starch for potato starch. Would it give the same results ?

Thanks much,

Anna

 

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joyfulbaker

It's just a matter of a zero, but, on p. 216, step #1, it reads:  "Use a sharp knife to cut the dough ito 10 oz./30 g. pieces.  I believe this should read "1 oz./30 g."

Gonna bake some soon!

Joy

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golfermd

Stan,

Page 89. Should the instant yeast be 0.967% (6g in the book)? If 2% that would be 12g (actually 12.4g, but my scales can't measure less than a g accuracy). Which is correct, 6g or 12g?

Dan

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Elagins

1% instant yeast converts to about 2.5% fresh yeast, which is the correct percentage for an enriched dough.

Stan