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Mis en Place

Most of the recipes listed below are multi-step procedures, with time lapses between steps. It is a very good idea when baking bread to follow what the French call mis en place from the very beginning. This phrase means “everything in place” or “putting in place.” Practically, it equates to each of your ingredients being weighed/measured and ready; every bowl and each piece of equipment laid out conveniently before you begin. Quite apart from reducing stress, this method helps to eliminate such errors as,  “Did I really add the salt?”


Next, we will talk about selecting Baking Temperatures for Your Bread.

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