Introduction + Do Jackfruit and Quinoa go together?
Hi, I'm Vittorio Arriola, AKA: Glacrwlf. I am a college student who is trying to major in the baking and pastry arts. I just completed my first class in baking and have 2 more classes to go, along with some other classes that are required to earn my bachelor's degree in baking. I hope to be active here and share my ideas with you.
My baking career was inspired by the anime: Yakitate!! Japan. I saw a few episodes and it caused me to become interested in baking rather than cooking. I saw a few people who were inspired by the anime as well.
Because of Yakitate!! Japan, I am on a quest to make the national bread of my home country, the Philippines. Pan De Sal might be the national bread NOW, but it seemed too boring for me, so I'm going to dethrone it by making the NEW National Bread... FILINAPAY! (FILIPINO + TINAPAY, which is the tagalog word for bread)
I made a bread using Leche Flan by making a French batard, cutting off the top end, hollowing out the insides, frying the insides like crutons, and mixing them with the flan and putting it into the bread. But I made sure to pound the bread's walls from inside to make sure it won't leak. I fed it to my twin brother and he LOVED IT!
Now I want to make another Filinapay using jackfruit and quinoa. But first I ask you...
Do Jackfruit and quinoa go together?
That's all for now and thanks for reading!