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  1. #351
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    That autumn bread is next on the list.. looks delish. need to get some other flours.. which isn't ideal, but with Thanksgiving coming up, I'm sure I'll find use.

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    Oh, and the last bread:
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    The crumb:
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    nioce
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    yes, that's a fine looking loaf.

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    Paging KQ and other bakers. Just about to put my dough into the fridge (used King Arthurís Tangy Sourdough recipe) and I realized I added all 5 cups of flour right away rather than 3 now and 2 tomorrow. So do I add more water now, then more flour tomorrow or just let it go as is? Thinking I should add another 150 grams water now then another 3 cups flour tomorrow. Or do I let it go and just let it rise tomorrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neufox47 View Post
    Paging KQ and other bakers. Just about to put my dough into the fridge (used King Arthurís Tangy Sourdough recipe) and I realized I added all 5 cups of flour right away rather than 3 now and 2 tomorrow. So do I add more water now, then more flour tomorrow or just let it go as is? Thinking I should add another 150 grams water now then another 3 cups flour tomorrow. Or do I let it go and just let it rise tomorrow?
    Get online and chat with KA. They are most helpful.

    Add: and let us know what they say. I'm curious to know what they say.
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    KQ, I've not used either of those products that you reference but I'd get the cloche. The reason being that I hate trying to score a ball of dough with a lame inside my eci pot. The cloche would allow you to easily score the dough before putting the lid on.

    On a different note, I feel like I'm finally getting the knack for a consistent sourdough loaf. I've landed on a recipe that's 25% WW and 75% AP, and fairly high hydration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buke View Post
    KQ, I've not used either of those products that you reference but I'd get the cloche. The reason being that I hate trying to score a ball of dough with a lame inside my eci pot. The cloche would allow you to easily score the dough before putting the lid on.
    Good point.


    Quote Originally Posted by Buke View Post
    On a different note, I feel like I'm finally getting the knack for a consistent sourdough loaf. I've landed on a recipe that's 25% WW and 75% AP, and fairly high hydration.
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    Beautiful! A work of art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
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    what are you using to score? Mine look like big trenches using a serrated knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mike View Post
    what are you using to score? Mine look like big trenches using a serrated knife.
    You need a lame!



    Black Walnut Lame

    Maybe Santa will bring you one?
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    I have one of those cheap lame blades that is a plastic handle with a double side razor blade on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    You need a lame!



    Black Walnut Lame

    Maybe Santa will bring you one?
    I'll add that to my list. Currently includes only an axe. Splitting wood for that oven using just a hatchet has my semi-chronic tennis elbow pissed off again.

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    You could just use a single sided razor blade as long as you promise not to run wild thru the house with it.
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    Hmm, I just use a sharp knife.

    I have two batches going one plain sourdough, the other rosemary and lemon. I steeped rosemary and lemon peel in the water that I used to make the dough. Hopefully that adds enough flavor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neufox47 View Post
    Hmm, I just use a sharp knife.

    I have two batches going one plain sourdough, the other rosemary and lemon. I steeped rosemary and lemon peel in the water that I used to make the dough. Hopefully that adds enough flavor.
    interested in the report on the rosemary lemon effort.

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    maybe youíd like some broken glass in your bread

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    bummer
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    look at that beast

    itís ready to crawl across the floor

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    ok so I smashed one of my two jars

    I still have starter


    is there a better system?

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    The Beast lives

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mike View Post
    interested in the report on the rosemary lemon effort.
    Despite the water being very aromatic the bread only had a hint of rosemary and lemon. Some people could tell and others couldnít when I asked them (they didnít know). I used about the amount of rosemary youíd get in a container at the grocery store and the zest from 2 small lemons in the water. Iím going to try to double that and see how it goes.

    Also, when I messed up and added all the flour initially and didnít realize it until the dough had risen and was ready for the fridge I mixed in extra water and let it rise in the fridge. I couldnít tell any negative effects from it. I didnít contact King Arthur for advice but it seems to have worked out.

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    yeastie beastie

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    Nice
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