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    A few extra photos of this bake

    Not here, but another site had asked for some photos of my process. These are are all from the end stages. I may try to get more photos today, from the two loaves I am working on today.

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    Last edited by Richard Chrz; August 12, 2021, 10:47 AM.

    #2
    Dem be real purdy. Wish I could come close to that oven spring.

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      #3
      Wow!!! 🤩

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        #4
        You are certainly not loafing when it comes to bakin' bread.

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          #5
          Nice ears!

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            #6
            Looks great Richard! I too wish I could see that level of rise once I slash the bread and put it in the oven.

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              #7
              Nice, rise in a mold to take on the mold shape. The end result. moldy bread.
              I like it. But also do you bake Paleo bread?

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              • Richard Chrz
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                Thank you, no I have never made a paleo loaf. Maybe I should look at what makes up that style loaf.

              #8
              You are the bread making machine

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                #9
                Oh my....Dude!!! Frickin Awesome!

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                  #10
                  Amazing. Where did you get that mat and batard banetons?

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                  • Richard Chrz
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                    Both were just cheap buys on amazon.

                  #11
                  Yeah, I need to let my dough go longer in bulk fermentation I think. Yours looks awesome
                  Last edited by rickgregory; August 12, 2021, 07:02 PM.

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                    #12
                    That looks great.. give me a stick of butter one loaf of that and a glass of milk and watch me eat my way into a bread coma!! One day a few years ago I was smoking pastrami in the garage. As we were gathered around the smoker waiting for it to get done the neighbor lady stopped by with a fresh baked,. Still warm loaf of bread for plowing her driveway.. we put a whoopin on both the pastrami and the loaf of bread. I was so full I almost couldn't walk the 75 feet to the house. Nicely done my friend!!

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                      #13
                      Well done mate, I reckon I can smell that from way over here

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                        #14
                        Richard this is fantastic. Wonderful work!

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                          Yesterday’s news this mornings bakes.

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