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Old 12-08-2011, 11:42 AM
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Default Re: Pane Genzano

Thank you, Kim!

Assuming Santa is kind, I look forward to your reaction to the book(s). As indicated, they are VERY different!

Couple more comments on Tartine (which you probably know). Basically you are paying for a single bread formula (that is an exaggeration but...). But the neat thing is it will change how you make bread. And, while he suggests baking in a cast iron Dutch oven you will have no problem using your WFO though you will probably want to make more loaves. The section on how to use leftover bread is pretty good too.

Hamelman is also educational but the main focus is LOTS of bread recipes.

Bake on!
Jay
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