Wholegrain flours

Eifel “Little Tike” Bread

The Eifel “Little Tike” Bread is a mixed wheat bread with a fantastic unique taste, thanks to the optimal way the aroma develops while the dough is resting. The crumb structure can be adjusted to preference when working with the… weiterlesen

Pan sencillo

“Pan Sencillo” is an outstanding accompaniment to anything grilled. The sourdough and the whole grain give the bread a tangy note and make the crumb fluffy and moist.  Once baked, the crust’s toasted aroma permeates the crumb, resulting in a… weiterlesen

Caraway Coriander Bread

This bread has a very thin, but at the same time, strong crust. The coriander and caraway spices lend the crumb an aromatic and spicy taste and turn this bread into a real indulgence.  The production relies on a long… weiterlesen

Anise Zwieback

Zwieback is a bread-like snack that is cut into slices and roasted until dry and crumbly to preserve it. To make zwieback, a bread is lightly baked first. After baking, the bread is cut into slices and roasted in the… weiterlesen

Le Pain Complet

A very simple and easy to make bread is “Le pain complet”. The well-rounded taste is created by a rye poolish and a wheat sourdough which can be made individually from W / 1600 or T80. By adding whole wheat… weiterlesen

Miller’s Bread

Sourdoughs made from different flour types and grades have varying results on the activity level and the flavor profile. It makes absolute sense to combine these into one bread. In addition to a well-rounded flavor, you get additional security in… weiterlesen

Sourdough Whole Wheat Bread

Before I change back to other bread categories, I wanted to bake something unconventionally American for the whole grain lovers. I must say, that I wasn’t always a fan of wheat bread with a high content of whole grain. Seldom… weiterlesen

Country Bread

Every time I am amazed at the simple raw ingredients you can use to bake bread. Once you get a taste for it, it never lets you go, because if you are looking for a natural bread, sourdough bread is… weiterlesen

Chestnut Bread

So I promised my readers a spelt stollen and what comes out of it – a “chestnut bread”. After the 3 unsuccessful attempts to produce an edible spelt stollen (2 of them got whiplash from being thrown across the bakery),… weiterlesen

Pane di Lariano

After having baked some French breads recently, I would now like to put up some recipes for Italian breads on the bolg. The first Italian bread from this sort is the well-known “Pane di Lariano”. The original recipe comes from… weiterlesen

Rustic Wholegrain Bread

This rustic wholegrain bread has a long shelf life that I was not used to in wholegrain breads. The proportion of rye in this bread is 80% with 37% of this being soured with the Detmold single-stage process.  A big… weiterlesen

Tabatiere

A few days ago I was flipping through the book “Bread and Pastry” again and I was particularly impressed by the “Tabatiere“ bread. This bread is a specialty from France and should be reminiscent of a snuff box (you should… weiterlesen