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Bread phase photos.

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Szanter5339

Bread phase photos.

 

 

700 ml of water
6 tablespoons of oil
2 tablespoons vinegar (20%)
6 teaspoons of salt
2 tablespoons powdered sugar
1600 gram flour
40 grams of yeast
In yeast +

Preparation of yeast, 1-2 days before cooking.

yeast:
140 ml of water
150 grams of flour
1 tablespoon oil
½ teaspoon salt
20 grams of yeast

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cranbo

gorgeous! nice job. 

The second photo: dough looks a little cracked, did it form a skin? 

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Szanter5339

Thank you very much!
Upset and a little cracked. Stretching and rolled. The bottom of the pot. Smooth! Welcome! Terike

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breadforfun

Your loaves (these and many of your previous posts) are very beautiful and artistic.  Great work!

I am curious about your method of baking in the Romertopf.  Many bread recipes say to place dough into a hot oven, but the instructions for the clay bakers say the food should go in while it is cold.  Which method do you use? Do you preheat your oven? Soak the top in water before use? 

Thanks,

Brad

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Szanter5339

Thank you very much!
Yes, soak the pot! I always go through a hot oven and I bake the same temperature.
Welcome! Terike

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Floydm

Beautiful.

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Szanter5339

Thank you very much!

Welcome! Terike

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varda

from the formless blob of dough you cut off and the gorgeous decorations you make out of it.   Thanks so much for sharing your methods.   Now if only a little of your artistry would rub off.  -Varda

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Szanter5339

Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it!
I also hope that many people would be home-baked bread!
I do my best to help give you the baking!
I am waiting for another time!

Welcome! Terike

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Janetcook

Thanks for sharing your creativity with bread.  I am amazed at how you make a plain loaf into a work of art.  

I would imagine it is a bit hard watching someone cutting into and eating one of your loaves...

Janet

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Szanter5339

Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it!
Edible works! Simple bread. I like to adapt to the creative bread.
I love to bake bread!

Welcome! Terike

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SylviaH

thank you for sharing your recipe and photos.  I have been admiring your previous work, lovely!  Sometimes, I like to make a bread cornucopia this time of year.  Do you have any examples you care to share?  

Sylvia

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Szanter5339

Thank you very much, I'm happy!
I like to publish. I'm not a jealous man and that many people want to eat homemade bread!
Welcome! Terike