There were no unusual problems,thru the process, and thru the final dough .Al came together in the mixer as stated, this is an easy recipe that even a beginner could do with any issues(imo).
the bread did rise and spread significantly in the oven, I would have made two smaller loaves instead of one large one.
Let's make some Bread!!
|the ww soaker,and the biga|
|cut up the soaker and biga into a dozen or so pieces let them warm about 2 hours|
|they have warmed and risen also|
|after mixing with the rest of the final dough ingredients and kneading about 5 minutes, allowed the dough to rest 5 minutes, then kneaded again one minute, the dough was soft and tacky, placed in an oiled bowl to rise|
|about 1 hour later, the dough has not quite doubled|
|turned out on a floured surface|
|shaped into a baguette. Used the method shown here ...|
|placed on parchment lined sheet pan, spray oiled the parchment first,covered and let rise|
|about 45 minutes later, scored and baked with steam pan in oven|
|after 45 minutes bread was 200 degrees and sounded hollow when tapped on bottom.The flavor was nutty and wheaty|