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Old 01-09-2011, 08:07 PM
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I have made pizza the way they did, BTW, it was very good.
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one word....AMAZING!!!!
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Old 01-23-2012, 05:36 PM
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simply amazing!!!
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Just watched this again - it's still good.

I had a giggle at about 2:00 mins in... their turning peel is a crowbar! - awesome.
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Default Re: Great video of 2 Italian sisters baking in WFO

I had missed this earlier!

Agreed, good watching! For those of you who make "heavy" bread, note how lively the dough looks. How pliable and bouncy! As has been speculated, that is a WET dough and 75% is probably not far off. It is worked a bit more I think than some of you believe for it is not very sticky. And though not particularly sticky, note how she flops a blob of dough on a bed of flour for the forming before proofing.

There is lots of bread that is not slashed, but is dimpled like Pane Pugliese, pressed (with a dowel or in this case knife) to create a dent. The dent or dimples allow the loaf to expand during baking without bursting. There is some evidence of the knife cut in a seam at the top of at least some of the loaves.

Nice video!
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Old 01-24-2012, 06:33 PM
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Ok, but how do you get the advertising that blocks half the screen to go away?
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Old 01-24-2012, 06:43 PM
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watch it in Internet Explorer.

I had the same problem when i tried to watch it in firefox.
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here's direct link to the video.

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Default Re: Great video of 2 Italian sisters baking in WFO

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I was so much more excited about the two Italian sisters before I saw the video.

BTW, hell of a door they got there.
hahahahahahah....I know where you're coming from, I was thinking the same thing!
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Being Italian, that was truly authentic and very old school. I remember my mother pretty much doing it the same way...it was a walk down memory lane for me.

I of course being a boy at the time took all that knowledge for granted, now I wish I would've been more involved.

Thanks for sharing...as I wipe the tears from eyes.
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