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Suzie Cockroach's picture

New member

August 29, 2015 - 6:44pm -- Suzie Cockroach

Hi Everone

Hope to be able to use this site but i am not very IT literate and have already found it a bit hard to navigate.

New to bread making and looking for an instruction manual for a Breville bakers oven BB200

Cannot find one online after googling for some time.

If I master it would love to be an active member and share with others.

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Hello!

August 21, 2015 - 7:23am -- Every Loaf Countz

Hello All,

My name is Thomas. I've been a long time stalker of this site, and even have had an account for a long time, but I've never posted!

I'm currently writing a post about my past failed sourdough boules, but I've been spam blocked from updating it!

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Hello from midwestern US

August 19, 2015 - 7:58am -- MrsGraffy

Hi, I've scanned the forums many times (usually trying to find answers to my sourdough snafus), but I finally made an account. I'm not much of a baker, but I've had a sourdough starter for about a year and a half, and I've been using it regularly for a basic sourdough recipe from King Arthur Flour. I love it, and I love not having to buy bread anymore. Can't wait to hopefully expand my skills with the help of this site!

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hi i'm new

August 11, 2015 - 6:56am -- masshuu

hey guys, it's my first post here. i expect more in time

 

i'll start out with the reason that i found here, my first white bloomer: see the photo.

i followed a recipe, mix, knead, rise 2 hours. knock back rest 1 hour, shape, spray/flour, bake.

i started to suspect issues when the dough didn't rise after kneading.

I did knead for >10mins, and left it in a large covered bowl in the kitchen.

could I have killed the yeast with the salt? what else could I have done wrong?

I'll have another go tomorrow.

thanks,

matt

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