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Old 09-19-2013, 03:29 PM
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Hey Annie,

Glad you are okay and good to see you are enjoying your oven.
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Old 09-19-2013, 03:42 PM
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here is a link to the story in the Colonist...

Century-old oven in Sooke Hills a red-hot find - Local - Times Colonist

I'm going in!!
Thank's for the link Annie,
I'm looking forward to your "first hand" report .
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Exploding bread... what is going on here... am I cutting too deep?
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Old 01-26-2014, 12:14 AM
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Gudday Annie
Don't know to much about slashing depths but its done what is suppose to, allow the loaf to rise. And rise they have! They are some pretty fine looking loaves you made. Great to hear from you. A late best wishes for the new year
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Gudday Annie
I have taken the time to re read your thread... Wow
Do you realize
That you have realized what you set out to do to build an outside oven to replace you electic one that blew out!
The oven you built was a WFO not a pizza oven that became an outdoor oven. Not one pic or mention of pizza.!! Usually its the first "cook" pic.
As for budget ... The last figure was $135.02 I recon that's a figure hard to beat!
In about post 182 you said when you were at a low point you would post a pic of your bread in your own hands . Well you have done that.
Well done
I'm glad that I have been able to see that journey, your a champion, you make us all smile.
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Annie,

Good to see you are still at it. As for the bread issues, I have to admit I am not even close to your baking skills. Maybe ask someone like Faith or SCChris who bake up a storm. Post more often, you have quite a following here.
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Dave... Thanks for your kind words.

I don't know about being a champion... but things certainly turned out to be Rustic Primitive... even the bread!

The loaves seem to be going off like bombs... they are so round after baking I actually roll them out of the oven (still using my garden hoe for that). Guess it is best to just let them be what they want to be instead of having loaf envy of all the pretty bread out there... bread seems to to match the oven it is baked in... hmmmmmm... wonder how the bread knows what the oven looks like.
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Here is a little bit of bread porn from my wild yeast bake....
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Here is a little bit of bread porn from my wild yeast bake....
bread porn - love it
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I would guess your loaves are under-proofed--that's usually what's going on when they go boom. That said, the loaf in your first picture looks perfect to me--nice big beautiful ear, not much tearing around the edges. The other two maybe were under-proofed. If you're getting nice crumbs like in the bread-porn shot (and not gigantic holes or something), I wouldn't worry about it too much.

Haven't commented before, but I've really enjoyed following this thread! Nice oven, nice bread!
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