Preserving the art of bread making
Hello I'm new here. I've been baking bread for about a year. Recently join our local farmers market with good success. I love reading all the helpful information that is on this site. This reason I'm posting here is hopefully someone can help me local a recently video I watch on the site. I can't for the life of me find the link and on what section of the forum it was posted. The video was about small wheat farm and bakery that was run by these men might have been brother (they spoke in french)it looked like they were giving a tour or a class on bread baking (from cultivating the wheat they grew straight through to the baking of the bread). What interested me was the way they mixed their dough. They used a huge wooden table like box maybe 4'L x2'W x8"H it was a very interesting video everything was done by hand nothing electrical was used including the oven it was a brick or clay oven used outside their building. I would like to replicate the wooden mixing table they have (not that big of course). I like to do thing as basic and natural as possible. If anyone has seen this video and could help with any suggestion as to what type of wood they may have used and what they put in the bottom to hold in the water. I would highly appreciate it.