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Baking 108 breads

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I just discovered cheftalk after getting two-thirds of the way to baking 108 different kinds of breads. I have actually baked a few hundred because I like to repeat the favorites. I usually share my recipes and adventures on the freshloaf and breadit.

 

I started out baking only with commercial yeast in a bread machine and now I am knee deep, metaphorically, of course, in sourdough starter, a variety of flours, and a range of dough development practices.

 

Having a great time and I hope to share and learn more here. I am blogging elsewhere.

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Welcome aboard @108breads Glad to have you with us. There is something very therapeutic about making bread. I don't get to do enough of it these days. I still make focaccia a couple of times a week, but that is about it. Looking forward to hearing more about your endeavors.

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Glad you joined we have a lot of great articles on bread and many old discussions on bread making that will probably help you quite a bit. Let us know if you have any questions.

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Nicko 
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