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North Frisian Bread

Whole grain and whole meal breads belong among the highest art of baking and it is precisely these types of bread that will be featured on the blog in the coming weeks and months. Whole grain and meal will be… weiterlesen

Sunflower Bread

Today it is one of the favorite’s from my baking courses- the “sunflower bread”. A moist, open, and seedy bread which will stay fresh for many days. All of the rye flour in the recipe is fermented. To get a… weiterlesen

Power Grain

The recipe I present today is ideal as a base for various finger foods. Whether meat, cheese or vegetables – this hearty and tender bread will be loved by many! Thanks to its distinctive, aromatic and stable crumb, the bread… weiterlesen

Spent Grain Bread

I have actually found some old un-posted recipes for the blog and it would be a shame not to share them.  One of which that I have baked for a long time is spent grain bread. Made with spent beer… weiterlesen

Wheat Sourdough Bread

Who doesn’t like a simple, failproof sourdough wheat bread for everyday! Prepare your sourdough in the morning, knead the main dough in the evening, and bake the loaves the following morning.  In order to achieve a strong sourdough, we mix… weiterlesen

La Gâche

This is where the “Art of Baking” really comes into focus! What can I say? I didn’t want to do plaits, buttons, and I just couldn’t look at another pan loaf, but I didn’t expect for the first try to… weiterlesen

King Ludwig Bread

King Ludwig Masterclass Spelt – an extraordinary grain? We reveal: Differences in taste from two different leavening processes: Spelt sourdough vs. Crowning discipline, Detmold three-stage rye sourdough Attention: Anyone who asks questions about spelt that have already been… weiterlesen

Squares

This post should show you how to make sourdough easier! Again and again I notice in baking courses that many people strictly adhere to sourdough production. It’s not wrong,, but every sourdough recipe can be adapted to your own daily… weiterlesen

Mixed Rye Bread

The new rye harvest of 2019 probably drew more notice from professional bakers than hobby bakers. Rye bread characteristics that stood out were: A lack of moisture and inadequate preservation of freshnessStale bread tasteOverly tight crumb Poor dough developmentDough that gets… weiterlesen

Ruch Bread with Seed Mixture

The deeply browned and cracked crust of this bread creation fills the kitchen with only the rich aroma that can arise from baking bread. The aroma lingers for hours after baking.  The whole, un-sliced loaf feels light and airy in… weiterlesen

Pain Maison

For baking newbies, the Pain Maison is a quick and easy everyday bread. With just a little bit of handwork, you get a bread that effortlessly fits into any daily schedule.  After the dough is made, it rises through a… weiterlesen

Mixed Wheat Bread

Sometimes the simplest recipes have the greatest potential for everyday bread. The strong rye sourdough and the portion of whole wheat give the bread a light tangy taste. The softened and roasted old bread gives the loaf more flavor and… weiterlesen