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Turtle Bread

What else are you supposed to name a bread that looks like a turtle? If you didn’t know it, you might think the form is achieved through scoring or cuts. You’d be wrong, because here a small piece of dough… weiterlesen

50% Kamut

For a few months now, various ancient grain flours have been in storage that are just waiting to find a place in some baking experiments. Usually the recipe is adapted to the type of flour, but how different are kamut,… weiterlesen

Pure Rye Bread

The last entry looked at how sourdough can be made with different types of flour. In order to delve deeper into everything using one recipe, I’ve chosen to look at a 100% rye bread.  The “Detmolder two-stage method” is perfect… weiterlesen

Pear-Thyme-Bacon Muffins

This small and hearty snack variant is a welcome change in the homebaking bakery. Regardless of the occasion, it creates a surprise and the spicy muffins look just great on a nicely set table.  If you would like you can… weiterlesen

Pumpkin Bread with Cherries

Like every year, Halloween is just around the corner and when others are carving their pumpkins, it is time for us to bake our bread for the party. The processing is a bit complex and may not be suitable for… weiterlesen

Bread St. Vith

After having to postpone my trip, I was finally able to visit Saint-Vith, Belgium, where Puratos opened its Sourdough Library a few years ago. The library’s goal is to collect sourdough in all its diversity and… weiterlesen

Pane Gusto

After a short summer break, it is time to bake again and the “Pane Gusto” begins. This bread came about by chance, because the recipe consists exclusively of pre-doughs that come from daily production in the bakery. The proportion of… weiterlesen

Garlic Rosemary Focaccia

The recipe for Focaccia should be considered a baseline. Only stick to the amounts of predough and sourdough in the recipe! It’s up to each person to pick which flour they want to use, since the water content in the… weiterlesen

Pane con Olive

Spelt has been the main focus for the past few weeks, but now it’s time to start the grilling season. It starts with a wonderfully light, airy and at the same time aromatic “pane con olive”. The effort may seem… weiterlesen