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    Teaser photo on a loaf on part of my morning bake.

    Can not wait to cut this open.. added chocolate chips...

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    I'd buy AND eat that, now Richard, I'm hungry !!!

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      Both of this mornings bake.

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        Needs more chocolate, a decent first attempt though.

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          #5
          Looking Good. Good enough to eat even if I am trying to keep carbs low.

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            #6
            I am going to make French toast out of a slice of the chocolate loaf, and then will give that to a friend. The second one I baked for my wife, she asked for a loaf today, will likely cut half of hers into croutons, and make a grilled cheese sandwich, I’m a type one diabetic, insulin dependent, so, I rarely eat a slice of anything I bake. My wife likes an occasional loaf. Bread and baking, much like bbq, I’m in it for the education, and how it can bring people together. Paid off a lot of debts of gratitude with a smoked meat or baked goods.

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              #7
              More great stuff Richard.

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              • Richard Chrz
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                So if a guy would like to geek out and get a solid online education in boulangerie, where might one start? Not recipes, but knowledge?

              • SheilaAnn
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                Richard Chrz Master Class?

              • Richard Chrz
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                SheilaAnn I remember you saying that you had cooked through his pizza book.

              #8
              Yeah, it’s to bad ya ruined it. Just put it in a bag & hang it in yer door knob.

              BTW, what’s yer address?

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              • Richard Chrz
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                Lol, you would likely be in luck, I am currently hanging a loaf out there likely 4 times a week for a friend to pick up.

              #9
              One good book is Bread Science by Beuhler, but it is more of a text.

              Books and online stuff by Reinhart, Lahey and Forkish of course. Too many others to mention, but the following sites are mostly good:

              * http://www.breadcetera.com/ Good info in some of the recipes

              * https://northwestsourdough.com/Paid site for lessons

              * https://sfbi.com/Paid site for lessons

              * https://breadtopia.com/Lot of good stuff

              * https://www.chowhound.com/post/bread...ebsites-930597Links to a bunch of sites - scroll down a little

              * https://www.seriouseats.com/2014/10/...o-it-righ.htmlTheir usual take on a subject

              I haven't been to most of these for some time, so things may have changed. Several sites I was going to list no longer exist.







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              • Richard Chrz
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                Thank you, I had forgotten Peter Reinhart, I have one of his books. Jumped back in, better read then I remember, but, maybe just more ready to read it..

              • SheilaAnn
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                Peter Reinhart is my jams!

              #10
              So the chocolate loaf, warmed up, so the chocolate is a bit melty with a bit of butter and peanut butter, is an experience in of it’s self, bibs advised. Lol
              Last edited by Richard Chrz; April 26, 2021, 05:20 PM.

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