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Recent Comments

Warren said,
4 days ago
Tarter Sauce (Ugly Oyster)


An average lemon has 30g of juice


Warren said,
about 1 month ago
3# Shop Dough


Adjusted on 1/6/23 by increasing flour by 30g and decrease of water by 1g


Warren said,
about 2 months ago
Pullman loaf


or pain de mie, calculate 1/4 of the pan volume in kg of dough. Your pullman is about 4-4.2L in volume, so you would need about 1 kg of bread dough (minimum!) to fill it up.

The gudelines are

245g/L for normal density white sandwich bread

265g/L for baking in open top pullman

275g/L for finer, tighter crumb in closed pullman

This is how they look in 1 L pullmans after baking, each one is 4"x4"x4", exactly 1/4 of yours.. You can see that 275g of dough tried to escape!

You would not see the difference in crumb density that much, but one feels much airier than another as you eat it. 245g/L (left) vs 275g/L (right). Recipe source: Pullman Bread, p 288 in Jeffrey Hamelman(2013) Bread. A Baker's Book of Techniques and Recipes. 2nd edition.


Warren said,
about 1 year ago
Sauerkraut Rye - no knead


The salt content had been .45 gram or 1/4 teaspoon. That was obviously incorrect. Since there is over 2K of flours, I'm guessing that there should be no decimal point and 45 grams would be correct.


Warren said,
over 1 year ago
Hamburger Rolls - Seeded


For original see: https://blog.thermoworks.com/bread/homemade-hamburger-bun-recipe/