How to divide dough from a large mix to add mix-ins
When we calculate add-ins to a formula we make the add-in as a percentage of the flour, right? So if I wanted to use a cracked 9-grain blend in the amount of 25% I would multiply .25 x the grams of flour.
I need to mix enough dough for 69 loaves of bread, plus enough for inevitable mistakes, but I want 27 of those loaves to be the 9 grain blend (which I plan on hydrating just prior to mixing in the dough).
How can I calculate how much dough to separate to add the 9 grain mix to? How do I calculate the proper amount of 9 grain mix to add to it?
My master formula is:
|50125||71 @ 700|
There may some spectacularly obvious way to do this, but I am simply not math inclined. Your help is appreciated.