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Free ePub ✓ mobi Flour Water Salt Yeast ò 9781607742739 ✓ johnscyclingdiary É ❮Epub❯ ➞ Flour Water Salt Yeast ➝ Author Ken Forkish – From Portland's most acclaimed and beloved baker comes this must have baking guide fZza lovers can experiment with a variety of doughs and sauces to create the perfect pie using either a pizza stone or a cast iron skillet Flour Water Salt Yeast is than just a collection of recipes for amazing bread and pizza it offers a complete baking education with a thorough yet accessible explanation of the tools and techniues that set artisan bread apart Featuring a tutorial on baker’s percentages advice for manipulating ingredients ratios to create custom doughs tips for adapting bread baking schedules to fit your day to day life and an entire chapter that demystifies the levain making process Flour Water Salt Yeast is an indispensable resource for bakers who want to make their daily bread exceptional bre Oh manthe method presented in this book looks intimidating but it actually helped me crack the secret of bread making Highly recommend

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From Portland's most acclaimed and beloved baker comes this must have baking guide featuring Flour Water MOBI #233 recipes for world class breads and pizzas and a variety of schedules suited for the home bakerThere are few things satisfying than biting into a freshly made crispy on the outside soft and supple on the inside slice of perfectly baked bread For Portland based baker Ken Forkish well made bread is than just a pleasure it is a passion that has led him to create some of the best and most critically lauded breads and pizzas in the country In Flour Water Salt Yeast Forkish translates his obsessively honed craft into scores of recipes for rustic boules and Neapolitan style pizzas all suited for the home bake Flour Water Salt Yeast The Fundamentals of Artisan Bread and Pizza by Ken Forkish is a book about intense privilege and complicated bread recipes and sweeping statements about what is and isn't the right way of making breadI make bread fairly regularly one of my go to books being Beard On Bread by James Beard Like a lot of books about bread Beard emphasizes that most people don't need a stand mixer and can mix by hand and includes pictures showing different ways one can knead bread while also touching lightly on using a stand mixer Forkish on the other hand boldly states that NOBODY needs to use a stand mixer EVER and provides only one way to knead bread which involves folding wet dough over and over in a way that would tear my carpal tunnel and arthritis affected wrists and hands UP I'm sorry but I absolutely do need to use a stand mixer if I want to be able to use my hands and fingers and not be in incredible pain for daysHe also pays lipservice in the introduction to the immense variability in room temperature hydration level of flour etc but then gives really rigid recipes using a kitchen scale and fairly strict schedules for rising Forkish's book features a lot of photos of rando ingredients but not techniue It's a pretty book but not that useful especially for a beginning bakerThis is really an aspirational book than anything else If you want to pretend you have the resources to uit a really well paying job to wander around Europe for a while dropping mad cash on specialized lessons then start a niche business in a new town during a huge recession and be able to support yourself despite not making any money for a year or two this book is for you If you're the kind of person who doesn't understand why people in a residential area wouldn't want someone running a commercial wood burning bakery next door driving up traffic and reducing the air uality this book might be for you If you're the kind of person who is willing to sell substandard goods to your customers because you haven't bothered to read your proofer's manual this is your book If you write a manifesto explaining to your customers why you over bake your product to the point people don't want to buy it because it looks and tastes burnt yeah You get the point I was most excited about the pizza recipes in the book However his pizza dough consists of random bread dough you have lying around and then photos of himself throwing dough in the airI grew up with my mom's home made bread and make bread myself I know my way around a kitchen used to work in a bakery and make bread and pastries pretty regularly I make pizza every week for instance I found this book disappointing and not very useful for my needs I don't rally care about Forkish's personal motto or inspiration or whatever and find photos of stacked bowls not that helpful My big take away from this book is use a wetter dough than you normally doIf you want to donk around with complicated starters and making your own levain you might get some use out of this book Temperature variations in my kitchen don't make that possible though It'd either die from cold or get moldy

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Flour Water Salt YeastR Forkish developed and tested all of the recipes in his home oven and his impeccable formulas and clear instructions result in top uality artisan breads and pizzas that stand up against those sold in the best bakeries anywhere Whether you’re a total beginner or a serious baker Flour Water Salt Yeast has a recipe that suits your skill level and time constraints Start with a straight dough and have fresh bread ready by supper time or explore pre ferments with a bread that uses biga or poolish If you’re ready to take your baking to the next level follow Forkish’s step by step guide to making a levain starter with only flour and water and be amazed by the delicious complexity of your naturally leavened bread Pi February 2013 It seems a little precipitous to rate a book before reading much than a few pagesBut after skimming through the entire book this appears to be a fabulous book for someone just starting to bake bread It also appears to be a great one for advanced bakers It's full of wonderful photographs clear instructions on how to mix knead shape etc etcI wandered into the levain section to read the following At Ken's Artisan Bakery we feed the levain three times a day There are two reasons why I didn't go that route in this book First my bakery is a lot warmer than the typical home kitchen so the levain matures much uickly and needs feedings to keep it from getting sour p 126Oh dear Having created and murdered two separate wild yeast starters over the years and having vowed never to try again because all I seem able to do is create SOUR really sour revoltingly sour starters and even sourer bread with it But suddenly reading that one sentence is enticing me into maybe just maybe trying one time Do I dareMy only argument so far Glossy paper Why It's a cookbook It's a cookbook with the word water in its titleedit April 2020 In spite of the glossy paper I love everything about Ken Forkish's book EXCEPT for his wild yeast instructions I did read those instructions closely and decided they weren't for me or any home baker for that matter Day 1 calls for 500 grams of flour and 500 grams of water I use 500 grams of flour to make a loaf of bread Day 2 calls for throwing away three uarters of the mixture and adding 500 grams flour And so it goes for 5 days I can't condone that sort of flagrant wasteBut for commercial yeast breads Flour Water Salt Yeast is our go to book Our favourite recipes are for pizza dough specifically overnight pizza dough with poolish and Harvest Bread with Poolish His instructions to use a thermometer to measure the water temperature moved our bread to a new level It turns out dough temperature really does make a differenceWe have also made Forkish's Saturday Overnight Bread substituting some of the all purpose flour with whole wheat flour on countless occasions to go with countless happy and delicious meals We only made the same day Saturday bread once it's good but not nearly as good as one made with an overnight riseFrom time to time we also like to use Forkish's idea of baking the bread seam side up so that there is no need to score The bread scores itself in the most beautiful ways The Saturday White Bread recipe is designed for someone who wants to make good crusty loaves of white bread from start to finish in one day Here you get the taste good benefits of a medium length fermentation resulting in a versatile delicious bread that’s great as a dinner bread The Saturday White Bread p 81 Overnight White Bread dough rises overnight and the extended bulk fermentation gives it time to develop complexity in its flavors than the two Saturday Breads pages 81 and 85 This bread has many uses and won’t last long Overnight White Bread p 89 I don't call for scoring the loaves with a razor before baking Because the loaves are baked with the seam side up the side opposite the smooth top of the shaped loaf in the proofing basket and after a complete prooffissures will naturally open on the top of the loaf as it expands in the oven I love the organic look of the natural splits p76 Please take a look at some of the results from Flour Water Salt Yeast on blog from OUR kitchen • Let the celebration begin Spring Focaccia BBB May 2016• Thermometer Bread Harvest Bread with Poolish• Kneading Slack Dough by Hand Revisited • Same Day Bread Reviewed• I LOVE using a Brotform White Bread with Poolish and Saturday White Bread• Sifting the key to lofty whole wheat bread Bookmarked The Saturday 75% Whole Wheat Bread• Great Pizza