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    Plain and simple: half cake flour, half nutty wheat, some pampoenpitte and sunflower seeds. A dash of honey. Dead easy to make.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splitpin View Post
    N roosterbroodjie tel seker ook?
    Resep asb. Splitpin? Of is dit een van jou broodresepte?
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    Quote Originally Posted by walkabout View Post
    Resep asb. Splitpin? Of is dit een van jou broodresepte?


    500 ml self raising wheat ( 2 cups )
    2.5 ml salt ( 1/ 2 tea spoon )
    25 ml sugar ( 2 table spoon )
    25 ml margarine or oil ( 2 table spoon )
    200 ml water ( 4/ 5 Cup )

    Sift the dry ingredients together. Mix in the margarine or oil. Add the water to it to form a rather stiff dough.


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    Anyone got a recipe for this old style Plaas Brood recipe? The bread is kind of dense but with fairly large holes (compared to normal bread) throughout the bread. The texture is not soft like normal white bread. This bread was really tasty. I bought this at a small bakery next to the road close to Hermanus. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janplank View Post
    Anyone got a recipe for this old style Plaas Brood recipe? The bread is kind of dense but with fairly large holes (compared to normal bread) throughout the bread. The texture is not soft like normal white bread. This bread was really tasty. I bought this at a small bakery next to the road close to Hermanus. Click image for larger version. 

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    This farm stall?:

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    Sourdough
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    Bread bakers, I saw that the Le Creuset bread oven is on special. If you were eyeing it, it might be worth to have a look now.

    I haven't seen anyone commenting on it, so don't know whether it's worth it.
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    Tuisgemaakte deeg..
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    I have this bread cloth that is looking for a new home. It's lovely, it's just not my favourite, and I never reach for it. So I thought I would check if anyone is interested? I would rather it get used somewhere else that withering away in a cupboard by me.Click image for larger version. 

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    It's been a while. A little rough around the edges, but still tastes great...

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    A sourdough bread made from normal bread flower. 75% hydration. Dough was very very stickey.
    Maybe it was a bit overfermented.
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    For the breadies in Pretoria, the proofing baskets at Binuns are on the sale table just inside the front door. They are more than a R100 cheaper than usual. There were 2 sizes round and a long skinny one and a short skinny one.
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    Fresh loaf made this morning... It wont make it to the end of the day.

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    Fresh loaf made this morning... It wont make it to the end of the day.

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    Nice looking ear. Looks yummy.

    Sometimes if you score it just off centre with the cut on a slant towards the short side the ear forms particularly well (if that the aesthetics of that is somethin you are in to.)
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    Nice looking ear. Looks yummy.

    Sometimes if you score it just off centre with the cut on a slant towards the short side the ear forms particularly well (if that the aesthetics of that is somethin you are in to.)
    I'm always trying different types of scores. But do agree, a little off the center does produce a better looking bread.

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    I see the bannetons are still on sale at Binnuns. They also had a nice loaf shaped one. They are all at least a R100 cheaper than usual, so not a bad price at all.
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    Okay, so I've been tasked with making some bread in my CI Cadac braai bread pot on our upcoming trip to Weenen Nature reserve.
    Now I'm certainly an appy when it comes to this but have had one or two really good loaves and then some really burnt Yuk ones.
    Question: When I do have the odd beer, it's Windhoek Draught, so that's what I'll be using. Do I mix it in chilled or at room temperature? Does it make a difference?
    I'll be using briquettes in a little square braai set up, I'm going to try two on each long side one at each end and one on the lid and none underneath, any suggestions? Maybe place them about 15mm from the sides of the pot. (Except of course the lid.)
    My thinking is that cast iron distributes heat very evenly so I don't want to go overboard with the coals.
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    Steamer, as a general rule in baking, one uses room temperature ingredients unless there is a compelling reason to chill or heat them. So, if in doubt, default to room temperature.

    In general chemistry terms cold compounds react slower and heated compounds react (too) fast.

    A chilled beer in theory shouldn't have too much impact taking into account the ratio of ingredients. However, applying common sense it would be shooting yourself in the foot a bit in a yeast product. Yeast is alive. It goes dormant at colder temperatures and more active at warmer temperatures. And just like humans, dies if it gets too hot. So adding a chilled beer to a yeast dough such as bread retards the yeast's to eat the sugar and ferment. Instead of getting a beautiful full loaf with lots of air pockets, you will get a denser product. Chewy and heavy instead of light and spongy. It might not be a disaster but it probably won't be amazing.
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