Mashed Grain Bread

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Mashed Grain Bread

Post by rimski » Sat Mar 01, 2014 1:57 pm

I've just finished mashing a Porter and it's boiling happily away

I've taken some grain from the mash and want to make a bread with them but have no idea where to start please help

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Re: Mashed Grain Bread

Post by awalker » Wed Apr 09, 2014 3:43 pm

1000grams strong flour
10 grams yeast
Salt to taste 10grams fir me.
However many grams of mash you add take off above flour amount.

Start with 100 grams

Water 600ml for normal loaf. But mash will be very wet. So add as much of this as you need not all of it. Just so its sticky then nead.

Rest one hour till doubles.
Shape another hour wait.

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