Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Bread Rotation

I just recently finished the bread rotation at school. A sometimes really intense rotation, filled with changes, and constant watching. I actually really enjoyed making breads, whereas I was worried that I wouldn't. I worked with some great people and I think that made it easier, but it was still intense. I like making breads as it is all about touching the dough, you have to know what you are looking for (or feeling for).

The hardest part for me was mixing. I often had no idea about the density of the dough - should it be a wet dough, or a stiff dough? But I think I'm better at gauging that now.


I'm looking forward to dough's again in the future!

4 comments:

Snooky doodle said...

I love the smell of freshly baked bread and the different techniques of making bread. Pity I m not that good at that :)

Elyse said...

Sounds great! There's so much to learn about bread; I can't wait for more posts about your accumulating bread knowledge!!

manila homes said...

I love potato bread.. and those bloody oranges..

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

These are beautiful! How on earth do you get such intricate stencils on the bread? I'm just trying to understand what you are...a cook? A pastry chef? Whatever it may be, you are SO SKILLED!!!!!!!!!!