Fluffy recipe

Fluffy

New York, United States

Age

5Years
Color

Country of origin United States

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Since 2014

I have always loved baking desserts but there was always a something special when I baked challah. My friend suggested me to go into sourdoughs and I love everything about it.

Characteristics

Smell is a heavy yeasty bread smell with a lot of sweetness. Hints of sourness balance the smell. In the bake, it comes through with sweetness and a richness.

Taste & flavour

Recipe

Starting ingredients

  • 100% Whole wheat flour
  • 100% Water
  • 100% Old starter
  • 100% Whole wheat flour
  • 100% Water
  • 50% Old starter
  • 50% Whole wheat flour
  • 50% Bread flour
  • 100% Water
  • 20% Old starter
  • 100% Bread flour
  • 100% Water

Feeding ingredients

  • 20% Old starter
  • 100% Bread flour
  • 100% Water
1
I usually put in 20% of the old starter if I'm not trying to revive it after a long retard or miss feeding. I'm using a plastic quart container.
20% Old starter
2
King Arthur bread flour over the starter.
100% Bread flour
3
NYC tap water at approximately 36 c and mix until fully combined
100% Water

Working method

1
King Arthur Whole Wheat Flour.
100% Whole wheat flour
2
NYC Tap water mix and let sit for 24hrs.
100% Water
3
take the old mix
100% Old starter
4
Whole Wheat Flour
100% Whole wheat flour
5
NYC tap water and mix all 3 ingredients and let sit another 24 hrs
100% Water
6
Older starter
50% Old starter
7
add Whole wheat flour
50% Whole wheat flour
8
add bread flour
50% Bread flour
9
Mix in NYC tap water and let sit another 24 hrs
100% Water
10
Old starter
20% Old starter
11
Bread flour
100% Bread flour
12
Mix NYC Tap
100% Water

Result

Bread

I have mostly only made different types of bread. I have not ventured out yet with other since I'm still learning bread.

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