Light

Image: Su Leslie 2019

I’m so happy with the texture of my newly-baked loaf. Held up to the light, you can see the little gas pockets that made it light and airy.

One Word Sunday | light. Hosted by Debbie at Travel with Intent

46 thoughts on “Light

  1. Good texture, almost perfect. The gas pockets you can reduce with decreasing the (after)rise proces.The risepromes is a very important thing and humidity/temperature are the most important factors Or like bakers do often: prick the bread 10 minus before you put in the oven (very carefully/soft). Bakers have a special tool for this: a pallet with (real) nails. Just give you a bit more info about the how and why… your bread has a good texture! (I am a graduated baker worked in artisanal bakeries and was 8 years assistant production manager of bread department in the biggest industrial bakery chain in Belgium).

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