In-N-Out bun imitation
I'm moving away from California (sob. . . sob) and I'm finding the concept of living without In-N-Out very difficult. I've begun to hoard spread packets to soothe myself in moments of utter desperation, and it would really help if I could make a reasonable facsimile of their buns. I go almost exclusively for artisan-style sourdoughs, so I have no idea where to even begin. I assume from the light but closed crumb that it's a high-hydration enriched dough. To complicate matters, the marketing literature says it's a "sponge bread." I don't know what this means, but I assume it's not referring to a preferment. Any ideas from the TFL community?