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A useful Q&A video for sourdough

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chockswahay

A useful Q&A video for sourdough

I like Patrick Ryan, here is a rather useful video with a few tips that might help some .......

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0CvE0jK0-4

 

 

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chockswahay

This one might help a few beginners too :)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTAiDki7AQA

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Mini Oven

I have one concern, if you throw a bowl of water into a hot oven onto the oven floor to create steam, please, please, please cover the glass door with a big fluffy towel to catch any water drops splashed onto the door. Then remove the towel before closing the door.  Water splashed onto the hot glass could break it and that's no fun.

only for beginners?  Very enjoying videos if not just to hear him explain so simply.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=czGnkNTOQcY

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chockswahay

Patrick Ryan does have a nice way of 'demistifying' the whole procedure.  I do enjoy his video's, funnily enough it was only after watching a few that I realised he was a co author of one of my first bread books, 'Bread Revolution'

Another chap I quite enjoy watching on Youtube is 'Bake with Jack'..... he too gets down to the bare elements of baking.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwptIT_O0V0&t=477s

At the end of the day I like the fact that there are SO many ways to get to the end result, a nice homemade loaf of bread!

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Filomatic

Thanks for posting!

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Riley

Watching that led me to Jack’s sourdough scrapings no waste method.  Seemed simpler than the dedicated starter nannying I’ve been doing.