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Pain au chocolat 2nd run

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    Pain au chocolat 2nd run

    Getting closer to what I am wanting from this loaf. A few more try’s I may have a bit of it figured out.

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    Geez…those look fantastic!


      Looks pretty darn good to me.


        Whoa!!! What’s the formula/recipe? Yes, I use grams and hydration and all that baker-talk!


        • Richard Chrz
          Richard Chrz commented
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          The details on this are

          TFW 800
          Hydration 65 5
          Levain 25 5
          Salt 2 percent
          70% bakers Chocolate (not chips) 15 percent, next time I will do 20 percent, and I will also spray the dough with water and sprinkle cocoa powder as well.


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