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Hi, this is Daniel Rios (Beyondthebread).  Here is a photo from my latest blog entry using a pan au lait (milk bread) recipe.  I used the dough to make monkey bread, shown here, and will be posting Friday and Monday with 2 more uses for the same dough.  Here is the recipe I used --> http://beyondthebread.com/?p=1061 . I hope to find bakers who love to talk bread and can add their expertise to my posts.  Come check out the recipes and pictures on www.Beyondthebread.com.  Let me know what you think and share your stories of baking.

I have been a professional baker for over 7 years now and have now started my own website to share everything that I can about my experiences and whatever experiments I decide to try out.  You will be seeing me on this site more often, now that I have found it.  I hope to meet other professional or baking enthusiasts who share my love for all things baking. 

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Links to videos on kneading by hand

November 25, 2010 - 8:21am -- Eidetix
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Happy Thanksgiving to all.


For what it's worth, you will find below a handful of links to videos that demonstrate hand-kneading technique. I encourage others to add comparable links herein, so this thread might become a reference point for TFL posters with questions on the topic.


Links were current as of Nov. 25, 2010.


The first video features world-class baking teacher Richard Bertinet demonstrating his slap and fold technique. He is working with sweet dough, but I believe he recommends a similar approach with other doughs.

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The Fresh Loaf Handbook

January 10, 2010 - 8:28am -- fishers
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I'm fairly new to this site and have enjoyed gleaning information from the daily postings.  I also like to "google around" and have just discovered that The Fresh Loaf has compiled a wonderful handbook!  For others who are newbies (or not), take a look at the following:     http://www.thefreshloaf.com/handbook


I have bookmarked this page on my computer and there's also the option to print a hard copy.  True in general to the The Fresh Loaf site, you will not be disappointed.


 

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