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 Success!!! Batter Bread Loaf!!
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Elisabeth_P
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Elisabeth
Burlington NC
USA

Posted - Oct 05 2018 :  1:48:38 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

My Batter Bread finally made it this week!!! It only took it a little over 4 hours to rise in my proofer at 85 degrees!
Do you think next week I should test it to see if its ready for the fridge?


This is was my bread at 10:45 AM before I put it in the proofer.


This was my bread at 3:10 PM before I put it in the oven.


My bread fresh out of the oven at 3:50. It was a little darker than normal because it was 5 min overtime, the FedEx man came and I had to go make sure my dog didn't climb in his truck, lol.


My bread right before it went into my mouth, lol.

It was perfectly moist, had a light sour taste. I think I had perfect success today.
If at first you don't succeed (In getting your mother to rise) try, try again!!

Elisabeth

Proverbs 22:1

~A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver or gold.~

Ashley
534 Posts
Ashley
MOSCOW Idaho
USA

Posted - Oct 05 2018 :  3:59:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Woohoo! Your bread looks delicious. Sending you a virtual high five!

Ashley Ogle
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Karen
Pine Colorado
USA

Posted - Mar 30 2020 :  4:47:01 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote


On the left is a wholewheat loaf from a 4 week old counter mother. On the right is a sandwich loaf made using a white flour mother that was started in November 2019. Patience is a virtue !

K.Hyde
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Ashley
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Ashley
MOSCOW Idaho
USA

Posted - Apr 08 2020 :  12:27:08 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The side by side comparison is really handy to see. Patience is certainly a virtue, especially when that patience pays off in the form of lofty wild breads.

Ashley Ogle
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