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The strangest looking whole wheat sourdouh ever

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parousia

The strangest looking whole wheat sourdouh ever

Just the other day, Tuesday, I attempted another loaf without following a recipe, but rather the instinctive artisan intuition.

Well, this is the bun that popped out of the oven. It is my most successfull loaf ever, though the recipe will remain a family secret.

http://flickr.com/photos/leviathonlevain/2127217008

Merry Christmas,

Parousia

Comments

browndog's picture
browndog

Wow, I always thought that was a metaphor. I'm going to be A LOT more careful around my oven from now on...

(Adorable little bun. Is that a Blue Heeler acting as quality control?) 

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parousia

well, sort of.

 blue heeler mix. the mystery in the mix allows her to appreciate the artisan nature of the bread rather than being so serious and work oriented

 

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dmsnyder

But the crust looks pretty soft.
 David

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parousia


very soft indeed

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dstroy

hahaha.. awesome :) Congrats :)

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Floydm

Ha! Very cute. Congratulations.

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Mini Oven

That has to be.    9 months?  Congrats!  Careful with the recipe.  

 

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Paddyscake

Name..weight..length?  Congratulations..best bun in the oven I've seen in a while!

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parousia

see the above response plus.

20.4 inches. apgar score 10. he almost hit the ground running. 

 

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tattooedtonka

Good thing you didnt try to make a dozen.  This one looks like it had great oven spring.

Congratulations..

TT

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Thegreenbaker

oh how gorgeous :)

 

congratulations!!!