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    Bread oven set up

    4 of the 6 from this weeks bakes are done and going out the door. I’m also posting photos of my bread and oven set up at the 10 minute mark, the 20 minute mark, the 30 minute mark, the 40 minute mark, and when I pull it out at the 45-50 minute mark… I have a really cheap oven that has tons of h9t spots, so I turn mine every 10 minutes on the parchment paper. The top shelf is a pizza steel, the shelf below it is a 1/2 sheet pan full of water that is just bubbling in an oven at 475.

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    Last edited by Richard Chrz; August 28, 2021, 10:17 AM.

    #2
    FANTASTIC Richard! I don't know what else to say...

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      #3
      Richard, I think it's time for a new oven.... https://pleasanthillgrain.com/rofco-...gn=Rofco%20B40

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      • rickgregory
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        See, now you're talking.

      • Dr. Pepper
        Dr. Pepper commented
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        Of course they would be 'Sold Out'! I mean, Covid, supply chains, folks like Richard......

      • rickgregory
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        I'm sure we can find you one Dr. Pepper

      #4
      I only posted these photos of the bake, so if someone did not want to do the “Dutch oven” method. I think I get better results in this set up. Plus no burning your hands.

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      • Mr. Bones
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        Always thought burnin yer hands was a integral parta th whole cookin experience...

        Mebbe I been doin it wrong LOL!

      #5
      Unbelievable bread!!

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        #6
        Looks awesome! My mouth is watering!

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          #7
          Wow, all I can say. Ok, beautiful. Said that as well.
          I have done a few in the Dutch Oven - bit of a pain when baking more than one loaf.
          I'm going to try your baking method. And, my oven looks like your ;-)

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            #8
            Great lookin' as usual Richard.

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              #9
              You are and artist sir. Great work again!

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                #10
                Dr. Pepper thought you may want to see and share with your daughter, this is a big steam oven bake

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                • Dr. Pepper
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                  Done! Thanks, master!

                #11
                Lovely. And it looks like the frequent rotating really helps even everything out.

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                • Richard Chrz
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                  For my cheap oven it is a necessary. However, I have learned a lot by watching my bread behave in the oven. So, likely the gift in the cheap oven.

                • Mr. Bones
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                  "Men Who Stare at Bread"
                  Last edited by Mr. Bones; August 29, 2021, 11:46 AM.

                #12
                Richard, so you bake one at a time? We have a Wolf steam oven (unfortunately not inexpensive) which would be great, if only I was along that path. I have offered its use to our daughter. She has been skeptical since she has been using the Dutch oven, but maybe your bakes will change her mind. I'm keeping her updated on your posts. She is amazed by your results.


                https://www.subzero-wolf.com/wolf/ov...ion-steam-oven

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                • Richard Chrz
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                  That’s awesome! I think she should take you up on that offering. If she is on fb, have her follow my fairchild kitchen page, I’m going to start sharing more steps that I take in my bakes that I feel matter, in my process that is. Not the “right” way, just my way.

                • Richard Chrz
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                  I think how I set up my steam oven came from understanding humidity in smoking, and it’s effects on internal temp relationships.
                  Last edited by Richard Chrz; August 28, 2021, 10:59 PM.

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