Trevor's sandwich bread, bake 2
One of the advantages of doing the same recipe back to back combined with having reasonably decent notes is it's easier to reproduce the last bake.
Tweaks for this bake: No steam (sprayed with water instead), and a foil tent for the second half of the bake. Otherwise, I did everything the same as bake #1 (same hydration, fermentation times, all of it). Oh and I followed minioven's advice and made sure the rim if the pan was in the center of the toaster oven.
The crust is more evenly colored on the sides and bottom, and the top is not so overcooked which is appreciated.
Update, crumb shot below. I'm not a good photographer, and phone cameras don't always capture things as well as possible. That compression of the crumb on the sides/bottom is much better than the last loaf. The crust is a bit more chewy than we care for in a sandwich bread maybe. Overall it's a reasonable bake, especially for a toaster oven, lol. This one probably won't be high on my list of what to bake next, only because there are others we like much more. On to exploring the nuances of our new oven! First up, verify internal temps. 🌡️