123 "Garbage Bread"
So for this 123 challenge, I set out to use up what I had hanging around.
Starter (leftover from many thanksgiving loaves) 160g (don't ask what was in it - see note about leftovers - I took what I had added flour and water in more or less equal proportions and waited for it to be bubbly)
480g flour. about 40+ g of leftover freshly milled combo hard white and spelt, 320g Organic White flour, 120g white spelt
I had just finished baking for thanksgiving (sage and onion brioche for the stuffing, plain sourdough for the table, sourdough banana bread for the granddaughter) and I was baked out...so I mixed all the above together, threw it in the Kitchenaide for 15 minutes added a knob of butter and let it go for another 5 minutes. Let it sit until bedtime (about 5 hours) and rolled it out into a rectangle. While the kitchenaide was doing it's work, I found apple and sage sausage in the fridge that I forgot to put in the stuffing, made some carmelized onions to go with it, and then grated some cheddar on top and sprinkled with some mystery grated cheese that I found in the fridge). I rolled the whole thing into a log, put it in a basket lined with parchment and stuffed it in a plastic bag and put it in the fridge overnight and most of the day until I got home. (I'm pretty sure it over proofed, but I had very little choice, the DH doesn't "do" bread he only eats it) I managed (barely) to stuff it into my roasting pan and bake at 450df for 25 minutes lid on and 25 minutes lid off.
Not as bad as I thought it would be (with the crazy long fridge proof)