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when i seen this thread pop up i thought of him.
I hope he is okay
 
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Yeah, I actually thought about him as I was flipping through the older pages.
 
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Maybe Putin government shut access to forums like this down? I wouldn't put it past that shrewd MoFo.


 
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I love the photo quality some of you pull off.
I wish I could do the same, but to bump this thread...
Sourdough, after weeks of troubleshooting advice from different books. My first few baking successes.

 
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Ribeye with sides





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I love the photo quality some of you pull off.
I wish I could do the same, but to bump this thread...
Sourdough, after weeks of troubleshooting advice from different books. My first few baking successes.


Don't have photos, but my wife's been learning sourdough as well.
A few misses & some quite good wins.
Even made cookies, pancakes & a pizza crust




The Enemy's gate is down.
 
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Great looking loaves dsiets! Sourdough is tough to master. It seems that every loaf is different. One thing I found that helps a lot is a proofing box with a constant steady temperature. This is the one I got.


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Great looking loaves dsiets! Sourdough is tough to master. It seems that every loaf is different. One thing I found that helps a lot is a proofing box with a constant steady temperature. This is the one I got.

Thanks. I've been hitting a dough temp. a couple degrees warmer than the target dough temp. That and a seedling mat have kept things from getting too cool while proofing.
I think the biggest improvement has been feeding my starter w/ some % of whole grain flour rather than just white flour. That and using a larger amount of carry over starter into two feedings per day leading up to dough day.
The "Sourdough Journey" on yt has made me rethink some things I've read in books.
 
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