Does anybody knows????
I've been baking bread for a while, I'm not a professional by any means, still learning and still have a lot to see and learn I have question for you guys and girls, maybe was already posted and I did not bother to check.
I see many times when the yeast is dissolve in warm liquid, water, milk, what ever, then sugar is added and then flour (with a little salt) is added to the liquid. Some other times, I see where they add all the dry ingredients together, flour, yeast, sugar, salt and mix all that well and then add the liquid. I have done it both ways, I can't seen to either taste or see the difference. Does anybody knows when should you do one way or the other? is there any particular way when one method should be use instead of the other?
I don't know, like I said, I have a lot to learn, I just love to bake, in fact, I'm baking a Pan de leche, (Milk bread) as I'm writing this. I'll post the pics later.
Anyway, if anybody have the knowledge about this, I would love to hear the comments. Also, I apologize, if this particular subject was discuss previously. Thanks in advance!