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turtlemom's picture
turtlemom

Rye chops (aka rye flakes) and rye  berries are available through this place:

http://www.barryfarm.com/ 

You can get as little as 1# at a time, although you get a slight discount if you get larger quantities. You also get hit with delivery fee$. But it's worth it to us.

There are lots more products that just aren't available at other places.

Cheerio!

The Turtlemom

 

saintdennis's picture
saintdennis

 Hi everybody,

 I remeber on March this year that everybody was very hot about new book "ADVANCED BREAD AND PASTRY" by Michael Suas,but I did not heard that anyone bake from it. If yes,what recipe and pictures.

     Thank you

                                                     Santdennis

marissa17's picture
marissa17

I WANT TO FREEZE MY DOUGH FOR LATER SHAPPING AND BAKING, BUT I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO DEFROST IT. CAN SOMEONE HELP ME PLEASE, MARISSA

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apprentice

I'll start you off with one of the best links here on freezing dough. But you'll find a lot more on this and other topics in the future, if you get in the habit of using the search function (upper left corner of your screen). You'll be amazed what comes up! Lots of very talented and generous people at The Fresh Loaf.

http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/7837/freezing-bread-dough

Welcome again! Carol

p.s. Probably best not to use all caps in your posts. It's considered "shouting" in the online world.

Anj's picture
Anj

Was wondering about this because I think I've saved some pretty good links to bread sites.
Thanks!
Anj

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captain

i need food sites show sites or send me mail at linkpoint13@gmail.com

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sybram

Can anyone give me a few bakers or restaurant supply places.  I only have a round baking stone and need a large rectangular one.  Also needed are digital scales, scoring knife, and parchment paper.


I live in Burleson, Tx., just south of Fort Worth, so if there were any places around here, that would be great.  I've checked the yellow pages under Bakers' Equipment/Supplies, but nothing.  Ace Restaurant Supply only had huge (400#) scale and parchment paper in sheets, by the case (makes me feel very insignificant).  Please advise.  I know I've seen equipment suppliers mentioned on this site, but I can't find the posts now.  Thanks,


Syb

croyster's picture
croyster

Hi, my name is Ciro and I work for Lloyd Industries. Here at Lloyd industries you can find anything related to baking and cooking. Please visit our site at www.lloydpans.com


Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you soon


Sincerely,


Ciro Royster


18007486251 ext.107


croyster@lloydpans.com


 

guinness00's picture
guinness00

Does anyone know where I can find organic white rye flour in bulk? I found one company that sells it, but my experience with organic flour mills leads me to believe  that they don't all have the capability of refining their products to the same specs as the larger mills. We bought a test batch of white rye flour from an organic mill and it was closer to a conventional medium rye flour (darker).

joelecuisto's picture
joelecuisto

Hi all, and especially floydm— thanks a lot for this really great site – I would just signal a recipe collections, coming from a french website. I tried some and appreciated the simple way this website explain things. Here is this bread recipes collection for "à la française" bread : http://www.supertoinette.com/recette-pain.html.

dthet's picture
dthet

I have often tried to find flours with many different properties: %'s of protein, hydration; starters, equipment; malt; seeds, etc.


This site even has close resemblances to French and Italian Flours. 


Take a look at: NYBakers.com and have fun.


dthet