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Offline lello

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The last for June: Bierbrot
« on: June 28, 2010, 05:21:44 AM »
Ok, here is my last bread for June...
This bread has really something special, so unusual, and yet so good.
The dough was quite easy to handle, and also scoring was not so hard...am I improving...no that can't be :)


My roasted barley, following Hamelman's recipe


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Offline Paul

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Re: The last for June: Bierbrot
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2010, 11:47:40 AM »
That's a good looking loaf you produced, Lello! I'm amazed at the difference in colour people's breads are turning out. I think I'll give up on finding sproutable barley or barley malt powder (for now) and do as you did, just roast dome regular barley which I can always get hold of.

I may yet get to this bread. Next month maybe.
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Offline Anne Marie

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Re: The last for June: Bierbrot
« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2010, 05:53:09 AM »
I think that we should all go on a road trip to German for our supplies!


That's a good looking loaf you produced, Lello! I'm amazed at the difference in colour people's breads are turning out. I think I'll give up on finding sproutable barley or barley malt powder (for now) and do as you did, just roast dome regular barley which I can always get hold of.

I may yet get to this bread. Next month maybe.