Wolf Oven - spritzing the oven cavity will damage the porcelain....now what?
Hey all -
I've been off the forum for several years and I'm just now getting the bug to bake some breads again. I have a Wolf dual-fuel range with electric oven and blue porcelain interior. The wolf website has the following:
Spritzing Bread During Bake
Can the oven be sprayed with water during baking?
Can food be spritzed with water while baking?
The Wolf Test Kitchen suggests bread should be lightly spritzed (one or two pumps) per recipe directions, about once every 10-15 minutes through out the baking process. Spritz the food, not the oven.
Please note that spritzing the oven cavity will damage the porcelain interior finish of the oven.
Thoughts? Is spritzing the loaf itself a good idea? I know others use pans of water in the oven. Just wondering what some of the methods you use are and how successful they are.
Thanks - Ken