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Sourdough mini baguettes - 84% hydration

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Ready for stage 12 (eating!)

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Artisan Bread Making taught by Peter Reinhart

Instructor and author Peter Reinhart's fresh perspective on bread-making goes beyond the recipes and raises your baking skills to another level.

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Category Food & Cooking
Ingredient Grains
Method Bake
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Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. Flour mix: bread/white whole wheat/rye, starter, water, salt and a little instant yeast.

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Is this not quite a lot of starter? I usually only use a couple of tablespoons of starter when I'm making sourdough.

01/20/2013 Flag

This has a huge amount of starter. This was a formula I converted from a recipe in one of my older bread books. Normally, the starter percentage is around 30% - 35% or so. I tried this recipe exactly because it used a lot of starter and I happened to have a lot of started that I wanted to use. :) Note, this is 'young starter', where I feed the starter with a small shot of mother starter to get the yeast rolling without a lot of acetic acid build up. This give you a lot of flavor with excessive 'sourdough tang'.

01/21/2013 Flag

Wow, great holes!

02/18/2013 Flag

Oh, did I miss the sourdough lesson?

10/08/2014 Flag

I'd love to know the recipe. Starter seems to multiply like wild rabbits in my fridge and I'd love a recipe that uses LOTS of it.

12/27/2014 Flag