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I'm trying to make loaf bread with filling swirled into it.... I had issues with the chestnut paste because it had butter so it left gaping holes...the redbean paste held up better..but it was really dry and I need to make it wetter...

On an other thread, http://cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/21699/why-does-bread-with-filling-separate-and-how-do-i-prevent-it/42975#42975Why does bread with filling separate and how do I prevent it? they mentioned using slashes but I don't know how it would work? Do you slash before you let it rest for the final proof or after? If you cut after, wouldn't it deflate everything?

help please

I'm trying to make loaf bread with filling swirled into it.... I had issues with the chestnut paste because it had butter so it left gaping holes...the redbean paste held up better..but it was really dry and I need to make it wetter...

On an other thread, http://cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/21699/why-does-bread-with-filling-separate-and-how-do-i-prevent-it/42975#42975 they mentioned using slashes but I don't know how it would work? Do you slash before you let it rest for the final proof or after? If you cut after, wouldn't it deflate everything?

help please

I'm trying to make loaf bread with filling swirled into it.... I had issues with the chestnut paste because it had butter so it left gaping holes...the redbean paste held up better..but it was really dry and I need to make it wetter...

On an other thread, Why does bread with filling separate and how do I prevent it? they mentioned using slashes but I don't know how it would work? Do you slash before you let it rest for the final proof or after? If you cut after, wouldn't it deflate everything?

help please

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I'm trying to make loaf bread with filling swirled into it.... I had issues with the chestnut paste because it had butter so it left gaping holes...the redbean paste held up better..but it was really dry and I need to make it wetter...

On an other thread, http://cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/21699/why-does-bread-with-filling-separate-and-how-do-i-prevent-it/42975#42975 they mentioned using slashes but I don't know how it would work? Do you slash before you let it rest for the final proof or after? If you cut after, wouldn't it deflate everything?

help please