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First Entry from Tokyo

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jamcraft

First Entry from Tokyo


Today’s Bread [2013.1.27_28]

・100g Levain (Maison Kayser Traditional)
・300g Legendaire (bread flour)
・50g Gristmill (stone-mill 1CW)
・0.8g Saf Instant Dry Yeast
・5g Sea Salt
・222g Water (total 68% hydration dough)

  • 8 hours at room temperature (15C) bulk fermentation.
  • divide in 3 parts.
  • Baked covered steel cans.

 

     

     

     

 

 

 

 


by jamcraft, on Flickr

Comments

evonlim's picture
evonlim

hello jamcraft, wonderful bake! how long have you been baking?

Evon

 

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jamcraft

hello Evon,

I bake from the start of 3 month ago ^^;

Thanks for the kind words ^^/


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lumos

Welcome and ようこそ(not sure which language to use..:p)  to TFL.  Your breads look great! (Any chance you can share the crumb shots - which is a sort of unofficial 'obligatory' at TFL. :p -, too? )

Look foward to more of your wonderful breads. :)

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jamcraft

Thanks for the welcome!

I added a crumb shots ^^/(because, I cut the next morning^^;)

これからもよろしくおねがいします

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lumos

Lovely crumb, too. Thanks. :)

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lumos

Duplicate post. Please delete.

 

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Floydm

Very nice!  

Welcome!

-Floyd

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jamcraft

hi Floyd,

Thanks!

よろしく

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varda

first post.   Very impressive.  -Varda

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jamcraft

Thanks for the kinds Varda^^

よろしくおねがいします

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dabrownman

As a barber your slashing skills with a razor are complete and well honed.  Barbers should make great bread bakers - it is only fitting.

Very nice baking indeed!  Welcome to TFL.

Bake On!

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jamcraft

Thanks for the kinds dabrownman ^^

Bread making is similar to yoga...

...Bread making time is a meditation for me...

Happy baking!

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AnnaInMD

for how long did you bake the loaves and at what temperature ?   Did you spray some water into the pan before you put on the cover?

Thank you, and Welcome to TFL !

anna

 

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jamcraft

Thanks, anna!

yes, I put water in a spray.

Pre heat at 250C and with the steel can.
bake for 230C / 13~15 min with the cover.
After remove the cover, lower the temperature to 210C and bake another 20~25 min.

But I'm still studying... ^^;

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AnnaInMD

I don't think you need to study very much. Those loaves look perfect !  

Anna