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No knead bread

OCT 10 @ 09:20

by dukegus

Well no need for introductions, anyone tried to make bread must have passed the phase of making no-knead bread.

It is a quite old picture, my loafs now are much better tongue

If anyone tries it I have some advice.
Well firstly don't make it tooo loose, about 1/2 water for 1 flour but it depends on the flour too.
Don't use starter, bough yeast does the magic so much better!!
You should bake it in a pot that is quite small, about the size of the dough or maybe a little smaller. If you want it to "oven spring" nice.
Lastly don't over-proof, don't let it more than 2 hours to proof(the second time).

For more info the link to the post on the forum is:
or try searching for the video in youtube.

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