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Bäcker Süpke, in his blog, reported about whole-grain breads as interpreted by Baking academy in Weinheim. As he mentioned that this loaf was made without commercial yeast and had a singularly dense crumb, I quickly went through the cupboard to see if I had the ingredients, which are rye meal, rye meal and rye meal. My supply of rye grains was good for 1,5kg of rye bread.

The result is a moist loaf that is sliced thin to release its strong flavor and aroma. Very good. Will post translated recipe ASAP.

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Written by theinversecook

21 May 2010 at 21:15

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  1. recipe can’t be right! 1800 grams of sourdough???? That is a whole lot of sourdough.

    dick

    21 May 2010 at 21:37

    • No, the recipe is for a total of 1800g of dough.

      Barm

      21 May 2010 at 21:52

      • Yes. Thanks.

        I sclaed the recipe by multiplying everything by 0.8, yielding approximately 1500g of dough.

        theinversecook

        21 May 2010 at 22:20

  2. Nice. Just what I was looking for. By the way “il piccoletto da Oldenburg” went out very fine. It’s really surprising that a greater amount of rye meal doesn’t mean a more dense crumb, on the contrary!

    massimo

    23 May 2010 at 18:42

    • I’m on it…translating the recipe, that is.

      I noticed that too. It seems to me that soaked rye meal can be quite ‘light’ in texture without losing texture and bite.

      theinversecook

      24 May 2010 at 18:40


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