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Old 06-22-2009, 10:53 PM
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Default Re: Hydration question

Yes, the dough was pretty expansive by the time the afternoon wore on. It was very airy - lots and lots of air bubbles, and if it hadn't been so sticky by that time it might have made a passable loaf of bread had I been bothered.

I'll keep a note of this thread to try to implement your ideas at a later date.

Many thanks, Jay!

Tim
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