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Baking your own Baguettes or Boules [split from LA]

Mr Taster | Apr 16, 201406:49 PM     24

(Note: this discussion was split from the LA board at http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/972416 -- The Chowhound Team)

No torture required. This makes a ridiculously delicious loaf. Not a baguette, but a boule, of gorgeous chewy, yeasty, open crumb, with a deep golden, crackly exterior crust. And it takes about 5 minutes of actual active work to make it.

(The rest is done by the yeast and time, and by your oven.)

https://www.breadtopia.com/cooks-illu...

Mr Taster

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