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just found this

I will keep an eye out for moulds... but if I bought all the kitchen equipment I like I'd have no money for IH :D

Or where to put all the kitchen stuff ... But they're not that expensive and Madeleines are alway great for the kids.

As for baking, your first loaf had a lovely shape and rise to it. How much of your wheat was all purpose flour/white flour?

It was 180g wholemeal wheat, 200g wheat 'typ 1050' and 125g rye 'typ 1150'.

Apologies, but I don't know how this translates to english flour types. 'All purpose' flour in Germany would probably wheat type 405, the higher numbers have a higher content of natural mineral nutrients (I think).

Excellent humblebrag, they look delicious

Actually, they're very easy to make, a 5-min-recipe. You just need the moulds.
I'm more keen on developing some skills in bread baking. Will carry on trying ...

Hobbies and Pastimes / Re: Bread - What are you baking today.....
« on: Yesterday at 07:47:38 am »

Just some Madeleines for breakfast - nice smell of vanilla and lemon.

@Mike_Lima_Papa those ducks are rad, perfect combo with chucks.

@juiceless great pic! top fit of your 526, and the 777 are evolving nicely.

looking great @Alex_24

Hobbies and Pastimes / Re: Bread - What are you baking today.....
« on: April 10, 2021, 12:17:11 pm »
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This is my first experience with breaking my own bread. I like a good bread and always toyed with the idea of baking. After reading all the nice posts here I dared to give it a try, another good result of this forum.

And what shall I say, it's gotten quite well. Prepared the starter yesterday, then some work this morning and later a great smell all through our flat. (That alone was worth it.) It's a brown bread, ¾ wheat and ¼ rye. The crust is very nice, the crumb I would say ok. It's not sticky and doesn't fall apart, but could be somehow nicer. The underside did not develop much of a crust. But anyway, not bad for a first try. The taste is really nice, just had a slice with some butter and emmentaler. 😋

very nice @dinobarnesberlin , great style

General Chat / Re: What's your favorite Beer?
« on: April 09, 2021, 06:06:54 pm »

a very nice and full-bodied double IPA from a small local brewery (Wittorfer)

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weekend - 526SV, 13, 634

General Chat / Re: Standing Denim (pics)
« on: April 09, 2021, 02:48:38 pm »
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look mummy, no sleeves

The Resource Centre / Re: Random questions to which you seek an answer
« on: April 08, 2021, 08:04:06 pm »
I'm looking for a large, waterproof, and hard-core durable back pack. Anyone have any suggestions? My Timbuktu bag is over 10 years old and is still serviceable but I feel like I am ready for something else.

among mountaineers Exped would be top-notch:

Cut & Sewn / Re: IH Patches
« on: April 08, 2021, 07:01:11 pm »
that's so cool @RoxRocks86 , and matching colours

oh dear, thought I'm done for this season ...

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