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    This evening I made another batch of Reinhart's ABED ciabatta recipe and it turned out fantastically. I really enjoy the texture that the olive oil produces too. It got the "best" tick of approval from the wife - first time ever!

    Flour was Superb Baker's Flour (Allied Mills) and the rest as per the recipe.

    I once again used the baguette tray to hold the shape. I also made a pot of butternut soup to have with the bread as the weather has turned and we had some rain today.
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    Last edited by heliman; 04-12-2010, 06:32 PM.
    / Rossco

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    That looks Good!

    Keep up the good work!



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      Hi Rossco!

      Looks really nice!

      I usually do Peter's ciabatta also though often a bit wetter. I did Jason's yesterday. It is 96% hydration and so light! (I did it because I wanted bread in four hours and didn't have time to retard!) Need to work on high hydration sourdough ciabatta! Will try to get pics up later!


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        Thanks for the kind words Jed & Jay...

        Ciabatta is a really great bread to make. I have really learned a lot from making it - but I have also learned how little I know about bread making in general! It is definitely a science - with so many variables that it's incredible. That's probably what makes it fun!
        Last edited by heliman; 04-13-2010, 04:40 PM.
        / Rossco


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          That meal looks perfect.
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            Thanx DS ...
            / Rossco