Wheat sourdough

Wood Chopper

On account of its easy production, this bread is sure to find many new fans. Hobby bakers often have problems recognizing the optimal proof and too little attention is given to the impact of steam. So we can just bake… 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

La Flûte

La Flûte is the name of the thin, white bread sticks from France. The production of baguettes has made many a hobby baker desperate, so I’m going to show you a new method of processing in which the dough is… 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

Le Pain Rustique

This recipe came about as an idea from the Tabatiere bread combined with a seed soaker that is mixed into a baguette dough. The seed soaker can be put together however you like, though the ratio of seeds to water… 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

Landbrot

This round wheat loaf is leavened only by a multi-stage wheat sourdough. The big difference to all of my previous wheat sourdoughs was the multi-stage sourdough with a low TA of 160. The special thing about this basic wheat sourdough… weiterlesen

Black Forest Landbrot

The Black Forest Landbrot is a mixed wheat bread with a strong crust and a light and mildly sour taste. In order to get a strong and hearty crust, the bread was baked for the first 15 minutes at 250°C. weiterlesen

Paillasse de Lodêve

The legacy of the French art of bread has given us many specialties. These differ not only in shape and production, but also in taste. So let’s put the classic baguette aside and pull another one out of the bread… weiterlesen

Charpentier

I learned about the Charpentier in France. The form, as well as the taste, caught my attention early on. The beautifully colored, light crumb is permeated by rich aromas and the crust is also characterized by a long-lasting crispness. Diese… weiterlesen

Country Wheat

Unfortunately, over the past few years only direct processing has been used in the production of wheat-based bread. In the last few decades, direct processes have displaced the familiar pre-dough processes such as sourdough and pre-dough. The use of pre-dough… weiterlesen