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3 September, 2014

Digital Scales: Which Weigh To Go?

Digital Scales: Which Weigh To Go?
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I’ve run into a few questions of late that involve the weighing of ingredients. Some of the writers mention that they don’t have a scale and I wanted to point them to a good choice when they do decide to make the upgrade to weighing their doughs so they too can benefit from the multiple
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29 September, 2013

Working at Riso

Working at Riso
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It’s been a long while since I posted actual baking pics so here’s a set I snapped of a recent Saturday morning bake at Riso where I work.   A typical work day looks something like this: Most days, I produce about 20 sourdough loaves, 16 country white loaves, 10 seeded whole wheat, 3 egg
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27 September, 2013

Video: Bread and the Baker

Video: Bread and the Baker

Here’s a short preview of a project currently looking for some crowd funding. I’ll let their own description explain: “This experimental documentary will explore the craft of baking what it takes to produce a high quality loaf of bread.  It will also focus into the world of competitive baking and the process of what it
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27 September, 2013

Video: Secrets of Sourdough

Video: Secrets of Sourdough

A quick (8 minutes) video that delves a little into the wonders of sourdough bread. It includes a very brief but handy explanation of the differences between regular yeast bread and natural yeast bread, as well as an interesting look at a typical day in a small bakery. Print a Copy!Like this:Like Loading…

25 August, 2011

Monty would be Proud

Monty would be Proud
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As of this very minute, about 4 p.m. on Thursday Aug 25, 2011, the Yumarama Blog has just 24 of them to go before hitting the amazing milestone of Yes, we’ve now received TWENTY THOUSAND Spam comments! Spam, spam, spam, spam and spam… as Monty Python said so many years back. This blog started up
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