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Gasser Sourdough

kilo charlie

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Looks great!
Record high temps seem to be the theme this week in many parts of the US
 

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Damn, that bread looks freaking awesome, care to share the recipe?

The only good thing about these heat waves is the bikinis it brings out at the community pool and ice cold beer or escaping the heat by hitting the ocean beaches or fishing the bay. 👍 👍 👍
Stay :emoji_sunglasses:!!!
 

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Nice SD for sure
 

mcokevin

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Wow, very nice looking loaf. Any different taste than the oven? Wonder how this would go on charcoal or wood.
 

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Nice job on that loaf there guy.

Warren
 

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Wow, that is a good looking loaf of bread!
Al
 

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I was brief last night.. sorry about that. here's the 411:

Recipe:
  • 100g Starter
  • 350g water
  • 500g flour
  • 10g salt
  • Mix water, starter, and salt. Add flour.
  • Autolyse at room temp about 1 hour
  • Lift and fold
  • 20-25 the first time
  • 2-4 more lift and fold sessions 30-60 minutes apart
  • Bulk fermentation at room temp
  • Lift and fold to make a loose ball
  • rice floured banneton
  • in the refer for a couple hours.
the cook,
I used my Weber Genesis with three burners. outside burners were higher than the center one. ran it about 425. 35 minutes with the lid on then led off time brown - which was faster than the indoor oven.

I haven't tried it yet because I made for a guys weekend. Im bringing 2 racks of baby backs, large piece of brisket, Utah beers and a "handle" of Bulleit. The other guys and bringing handles of vodka and gin along with a slew of brew. we got fly rods, guns and a house in the mountains for 4 days. we haven't seen much of each other since we all graduated college, married, kids, etc. this is gonna be fun! No wives, no ex's, no dogs, no kids.
 

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Beautiful loaf!
Bread on the gasser works great - I've done several. Outdoor temps are going up around here so will be doing another this weekend.
 

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Fantastic looking loaf! I even imagined like I am putting some butter on a slice.... Mmmmm....
 

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Having fun making and baking bread. Everyone likes breads. And right now its allot cheaper than making all kinds of sausage (which i do miss making)
 

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