[Sca-cooks] testing bread recipes with Peter Reinhart
selene at earthlink.net
Thu Oct 2 11:23:15 PDT 2008
Maybe we should chronicle from the sidelines then, Peter willing.
And a slack dough is pretty much what it sounds like, floppy and soft.
Good for things that you want to come out not-too-hard, like sweet
rolls. Not always easy to handle though.
Looking forward to the adventure, Selene
Betsy Marshall wrote:
> And the fact that I have no clue what a "slack dough" is, probably is a good
> indication I shouldn't apply, but I would be interested in following along
> from the sidelines! Betsy
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> Sandra Kisner wrote:
>> I get the impression (assuming we're all accepted, and I think chances
>> are good) that it would be ok for us to discuss questions (but NOT
>> recipes!) here, to bounce ideas around for improving instructions or
>> changing small things. Along the lines of "how do you deal with a
>> dough so slack?" or "I followed instructions and the loaf came out all
>> wet inside, what can cause that?"
> Maybe I'm a stickler, but I'm going to wait until he gives us
> instructions before saying I'll discuss with anyone. He may not want us
> to. I am willing to abide by the conditions of the experiment.
> Some situations call for a slack dough, after all. ;-)
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