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I am sure i saw it...

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JOHN01473

I am sure i saw it...

please - can someone save me.

i am thinking i read a book and saw pictures like this:

i am sure they showed dough expansion during the various stages of proofing.

so i cant remember what book i saw it in - any ideas?

cheers

John

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Juergen Krauss

Hamelman, Bread, 1st edition, 2004 print, Bread, p. 354

Cheers,

Juergen

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JOHN01473

Thanks Juergen,
they say the second sign of madness is searching for the hairs in the plam of your hand.
i would have gambled a big stack of money it was at the front of a book.
i have been reading Hamelman, Bread, 1st edition, as i have the new edition on order.
thanks again.
John

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Juergen Krauss

It'sfunny, you know, I also thought it was near the front.

I am convincing myself that there must be another book ...

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Toad.de.b

Phil/PiPs replied to a comment on his Tarlee Miche blogpost with a similar figure from a French bread treatise.

Tom

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JOHN01473

Thanks Tom,

the only trouble is i thought it was about expansion during proofing.

sadly its about the growth in size when building a starter and making the dough.

so now i have it i am no nearer my goal.

John

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Mini Oven

The first ring is doubled, the second ring is quadrupled, and the last ring is ready to pop if it gets that far (amazingly overproofed)