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    Quote Originally Posted by rwsaunders View Post
    Has anyone baked this…Pan de Cristal?

    https://www.kingarthurbaking.com/rec...w-pandecristal
    I just got the KA email and read through the recipe. Might give it a go. Has to turn out better than my attempt at Sourdough :>(
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    I feel the need for seeds.
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    Slice pics added and having with Winter Ministrone soup this evening.
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    A little on the lighter side as a favor for some friends.
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    Nice behind-the-scenes story about a local artisan bread maker and a tour of their main facility….15,000 loaves/day.

    https://nextpittsburgh.com/current-f...rra-bakehouse/
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    I don’t make too many sweet breads, but when your Mother turns a sprite 87, she deserves a treat. Cinnamon-raisin bread somewhat based on Forkish’s overnight white recipe. I’ll take slice pics later and report on the taste, but man, the recipe recommends having a warm slice with a slice of cheddar and a green apple and that’s all that I’ve been thinking about.
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    Geez zowie. If you want to quit your day job and become a baker, put me on your loaf-a-day mailing list.
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    From mixing bowl to table in 18 hours…who would’ve thought that raisin bread would go with smoked turkey and cheddar?
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    Great looking bread RW!
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    Our youngest is home for Spring Break and of course, we can’t serve him corporate bread…
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    What's the age range of your kids? Could I fit in there?
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    Added slice pics Dan…all full in terms of the available seats at the dinner table.
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    Uncle Frank could bring Bread, and other Tasty Items :>). Looks good Sir, Enjoy the Family time. As they get older it's harder to find.
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    A yeasty Question? Time to replace my 2 YO SAF yeast? is there a shelf life? I think it was livelier at one time but everything raises up nicely still. What is the general opinion? Also is there a way to buy less than 16 ounces, which seems to be all my local Grocer and KA carry. Thanks all. The latest Poolish effort, I've been using this to make a loaf a week and a couple pizza dough's. Need to update the pizza thread as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rydesteel View Post
    A yeasty Question? Time to replace my 2 YO SAF yeast? is there a shelf life? I think it was livelier at one time but everything raises up nicely still. What is the general opinion? Also is there a way to buy less than 16 ounces, which seems to be all my local Grocer and KA carry.
    I am clearly the least expert in this here, (I had to look up SAF yeast), but all yeast has an expiration that I have ever used. I use active not instant (there are measurement conversions for that) but have occasionally bought instant in packets and that has also had expirations. I have been told to always keep the yeast in the fridge to keep it fresher. And I don’t know if there is a difference of brands in yeast but I have bought Fleischman’s and a couple of other brands in packets that are much smaller than 16 oz. Hope that helps.
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    I use the SAF Red instant yeast and keep it in the fridge in a sealed container. The Forkish recipes use so little yeast as you know, that I seem to exceed the expiration date and still have a lot left. You can tell if a batch is beyond its time by placing a bit in a small glass of warm water for 2-3 minutes and see if there’s a reaction. I have used Fleischman’s and active dry yeast and I can’t tell the difference, as the long fermentation times seem to even out. Nice looking loaf btw Frank.

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    60DFEAF5-AD60-4BB1-8010-C75BC24B855A.jpgHere’s my latest sourdough just out of the oven.

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    Sorry about the poor formatting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Goodrich View Post
    Sorry about the poor formatting!
    Oh please ;) That's one fine looking loaf of bread. I need to get crackin'

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    Good to see you posting my Friend, tasty Sourdough! My last attempt at a starter ended poorly :>(.
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