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How about an Irish wheaten bread, loads have a lot of bran added and oats on top?

Ok, it’s not bad.

But not bad doesn’t equal the enjoyment I get from a freshly baked white loaf.

I’ll rely on other sources for my daily dose of fibre, white bread is waaay too good to miss out on.

I would say that meant a lunch of pine cones on toast, but that would depend on there being some trees.

Sounds delightful

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Go granary or go home!

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I’ll give it a go

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Ancient Grains is where it’s at Daddyo.

Tastes pretty good too :+1:

When I had a stoma I was (for obvious reasons) on a low residue diet: white bread, white rice, pasta.

After the stoma reversal all things white were banished from the menu and I have to say I view white bread with a degree of distaste these days.

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I’m just going to have to accept that I really don’t like wholemeal bread so it’s back to white for me.

Also a 2lb fruit and nut cake

Strange how sometimes the top bursts open and others not. I’m sure it won’t detract from the taste!

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My limited understanding is that wheat will be high in insoluble fibre but that it’s soluble fibre that is beneficial.

Today’s effort, baguettes.

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Back to high(ish) hydration bread - 70%

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More 70% H2O but with a longer first prove. Better oven spring too, should be a more open crumb.

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Is this still the no knead recipe?

No, just a standard 700g flour 490g water plus yeast and salt. Regular kneading in the Kenwood. 75 min first prove (kitchen is ~19c) knock down, split and shape, 40 min 2nd prove then slash and 40 min in a dutch oven - 210c

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Tropical bliss :heart_eyes:

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Crusty rolls.

Should do nicely for tomorrow’s homemade chilli burger & French fries.

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AKA Sloppy Joe?

No, proper beef burgers with chilli in them.

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