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comment How do I separate two fish fillets that have been frozen together?
Probably not if you want the pieces whole. I guess you could saw off a chunk, if you intend on cutting the fish into pieces.
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accepted How does hydration of a sourdough affect baking features?
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comment How does hydration of a sourdough affect baking features?
If you're a professional baker, I will consider you a source too. :)
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comment How does hydration of a sourdough affect baking features?
Thank you for your answer. I'd love it if you could add any reference though. Does this mean that lactic acid bacteria is better at producing carbon dioxide than acetic acid bacteria?
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answered How can I achieve even browning on the bottom of baked buns?
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comment How do I make authentic Russian black bread?
Danish rye bread can sometimes have malt extract in it, which both gives a lovely, somewhat bitter, taste and a deep dark colour. I don't know if that would be considered Russian though.
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accepted What happens with bread at >= 94˚C/201˚F? Or: Is temperature a reliable indicator of doneness?
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comment What happens with bread at >= 94˚C/201˚F? Or: Is temperature a reliable indicator of doneness?
@rumtscho: About the first stage of starch retrogradation, is it driven more by the temperature drop (when the bread is cooling, which can take ~1 hour), or by time? (I know bread becomes stale very quickly if you put in your fridge.)