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Classic CountryStyle Hearth Loaf Part 1 Recipe

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4 oz Water
1/2 ts Dry yeast
3/4 c Flour
20 oz Water
1/2 ts Yeast
6 1/4 c Flour
1 tb Sea salt
Make the Poolish: Mi 4 oz water and 1/2 teaspoon yeast in a medium bowl. Let stand for 1 minute, then stir with a wooden spoon to dissolve yeast. Add the flour. Stir until the consistency of a thick batter. Continue stirring for about 100 strokes or until the strands of gluten come off the spoon when you press the back of the spoon against the bowl. Scrape down the sides of the bowl with a rubber spatula. Cover with a clean damp towel or plastic wrap, and place in a moderately warm, draft free place until mi ture is bubbly and has increased in volume. The longer the poolish sits, the more time it has to become vigorous and permeated with the unmistakable aroma of wheaty fermentation. This will give your breads full body and a rich nutlike flavor. During a long fermentation, the poolish may rise and fall as long as it's bubbling, don't be concerned about the volume. A delicious alternative to a poolish fermented at room temperature is an even slower, cooler fermentation for 12 15 hours in the refrigerator. The poolish will bring even greater flavor and moisture to your final dough, and its yeast cells, having been retarded by the cool temperature, will bring hungry vigor to the fermentation. Allow the cold poolish to come to room temperature before using, about 2 hours. Mi and knead the final dough: Measure out the remaining ingredients. Bring the bowl with the poolish to your work space. the poolish should be soupy, bubbly, and puffy and it should have a wheaty aroma. Scrape the poolish into a large 6 quart bowl. Add the water and yeast. Break up the poolish well with a wooden spoon and stir until it loosens and the mi ture foams slightly. Add 1 cup (5 ounces) of the flour and stir until well combined. Add the
salt and only enough of the remaining flour to make a thick mass that is difficult to stir. Turn out ont a well floured work surface. The dough will be quite sticky at first and difficult to work with. Dip your hands in flour to prevent them from sticking. Knead the dough by pushing it down and forward with the heel of one hand, then pulling back from the top and folding the dough over with the other. The dough may be very sticky at first, and it will help to push the dough forward with the heel fo one hand and fold it over using a dough blade. Gradually add the remaining flour as you work the dough and knead vigorously for 15 17 minutes. If the dough remains wet and sticky, it may be necessary to knead in additional flour. As the dough develops, it will become smooth, elastic, and strong. You will feel the gluten strengthening, making the dough more difficult to knead. Don't be afraid to really work the dough. Match your muscle with that of the gluten. Use your legs and knees to help you create a forward and back motion with the dough. As you work, adding more flour as you go, the dough will become smooth, satiny, slightly sticky. It is a common mistake to add too much flour to a dough, making it practically dry. Don't be afraid to end up with a slightly tacky dough. As long as the dough doesn't stick e cessively to the work surface, it's not too wet. There are three good ways to tell if the dough is well kneaded: 1. Pull a little dough from the mass and let it go. If is springs back quickly, it's ready. 2. Press your finger into the dough and remove it. If the dough springs back, it's ready. 3. Shape the dough into a ball. If it holds its shape and does not sag, it's ready. Continued... From: Faylen Date: 05 01 96 (09:04) The Polka Dot Cottage, a BBS with a taste of home. 1 201 822 3627.

Classic CountryStyle Hearth Loaf Part 1 recipe and other soup recipes updated by our cooking food network top chefs. Fill Free to download and share with your friends and family.

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