Friday, February 26, 2010

Bread Making Tips | Dough Temperature | Mixing The Dough | Bread Healthy

Bread Making Tips | Dough Temperatures | Mixing The Dough

Dough Temperatures

In a bakery, maintaining the correct temperatures for preferments—generally cool—and proof boxes for dough rising are critical for consistency of flavor and an efficient daily baking routine. The ideal dough temperature is around 75 degrees, and to keep it at this temperature requires an ambient temperature of the same. However, our own house is generally cooler in the winter and warmer in the summer. In the winter I rest the dough on top of the refrigerator where there is more heat. And I always cover with a large trash bag to prevent air from blowing on the dough and drying out the surface. Unless the house or kitchen is extremely cold or drafty, I wouldn’t worry about temperature too much. Colder dough requires more patience.
George Eckrich, co-founder of Dr. Kracker, shares his bread making tips. George emphasizes dough temperature and mixing dough bread. He is a strong advocate of healthy eating for a healthy mind.

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