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1 31st May 02:16
aimsure
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REALLY!

In a message dated 1/18/2007 3:00:35 A.M. Central Standard Time,
sourdough@fsmail.net writes:

Now you've got your scales try this recipe

Hi Jim,

This is confusing. lol. Jim here. That was my formula. I could have
given that same 'recipe' for almost the same bread like this

95%
100%
48%
2%

It's the same hydration loaf the difference is the length of time for
fermentation one is for 24 hours at 18C (66 F.) for my starter and the other
is
for 6 hours at 21C (70 F.)for my starter.

You could have 100 people all giving different amounts for pretty much
the same dough. That's why it's so confusing and also why a little
bakers maths helps a lot.

Jim
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2 31st May 02:16
tg
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So, now you know it all then? Pity you don't know about plain text.
Note to self. Jim H asks question he knows the answer to already. Just
ignore. Prone to sarcasm and rudeness.

Jim


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3 31st May 02:17
tg
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Default Baker's Percentages (WAS Re: Re: sweetening the sourdough starter)


So, now you know it all then? Pity you don't know about plain text.
Note to self. Jim H asks question he knows the answer to already. Just
ignore. Prone to sarcasm and rudeness.

Jim


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