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First Time Making Bread - Tartine Loaf Picture

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First Time Making Bread - Tartine Loaf Picture

Had to share my success! Sorry for the crummy (no pun intended) pic but I had to grab something before the family landed like hawks on it.

Found Chad's recipe accessible and with a great wealth of info for a first time bread baker. Made two loaves Saturday and then tried a variation with a higher hydration dough (90%) on Sunday. Both batches were insanely good...

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Ford

Welcome.  You are well on your way to doing away with "store bought" bread!  Floyd Mann is our host.

Ford

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David Esq.

Once you start looking for another variation, I can't recommend enough, his walnut loaf.  It is out of this world. You loaf looks fantastic.

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ElPanadero

for a first time !!! Very well done !

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dabrownman

But it was over 40 years ago so I don't  remember it very well - but i know it didn't look like yours inside or out.  Well Done and

Happy Baking

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BetsyMePoocho

I killed mucho little 'yeast-ies' try'n to get results like that!!  And this was first time out??

Ya dun guuud!!

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DivingDancer

Congratulations!  Very nicely done!

I can relate to the family descending like hawks.  You will discover that when bread is about to come out of the oven, friends and family look like seagulls circling a fishing boat.  Sourdough is known for staling very slowly, but I can't personally attest to that.  The bread never lasts long enough!

Great bake.  Keep up the good work!