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S F L 1 1 0 W e e k 1 1 – B r e a d s | 1 READING ASSIGNMENT: “Yeast Bread Cures,” BCC pg. 83 Convection Cooking Tips Handout Pg. 83 YEAST BREAD CURES The best yeast breads and rolls are. . . High and evenly shaped Uniformly golden or dark brown Even in texture with no large air holes What Happened Why Not high Water too hot for yeast Too little flour Not kneaded enough
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Unformatted text preview: • Rising time too short • Pan too large Coarse texture • Rising time too long • Too little flour • Not kneaded enough • Oven too cool Dry and crumbly • Too much flour • Not kneaded enough Large air pockets • Dough not rolled tightly when loaf was shaped Yeasty flavor • Rising time too long • Temperature too high during rising time...
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