MENTORS IN MISC. BREAD
Found 5 Mentors.
Why I want to be mentor:
Lesson Learned: Patience and perseverance
Tip: Learn what the different types of yeast will do, and won't do
Why I want to be mentor: I would like to answer questions and solve problems because I didn\'t have anyone to ask when I was learning.
Lesson Learned: I\'ve learned that steam is a very necessary commodity to bread making.
Tip: The more risings you allow your breads... the more flavor is developed.
Why I want to be mentor: I have been baking different breads for over 30+ years and still enjoy it.
Lesson Learned: How to bake with and without packaged yeast. To make a yeast starter through flour and water, different kinds. I have a yogurt starter, rye starter and a levain going.
Tip: "The bread with the tang is the important thang." by Nathan Viavant
Why I want to be mentor: Because I think baking in general is fun but it would be rewarding to help someone achieve the \"perfect loaf\"!
Lesson Learned: That you have to have patience when it comes to baking! Especially sourdough, poolish or bigas.
Tip: Make sure your yeasts and starters are active.
Why I want to be mentor: I think I have allot of baking experience to share that would benefit someone else.
Lesson Learned: The less you do with bread and more patience you have, the better the final baked bread.
Tip: Use instant yeast, it's more hearty than active dry yeast.