A Conversation for Real Bread-making
There is only one thing worse than being Gosho, and that is not being Gosho Started conversation Jun 21, 2009
I can confirm that bread without salt is not very pleasant because I forgot to add it to my last batch.
I'm also interested to hear any suggestions for keeping bread in a hot climate. When I go to work during the summer I turn the thermostat on the a/c (I live in Texas) to a higher temperature because it's not necessary to have it at a comfortable level when I'm not there. But this means I have to put the bread in the fridge because the temperature in the apartment can get up to 90F (32C) until I get home and put the a/c back on. Do you have any suggestions for keeping bread at those temps without tossing it in the fridge, which dries it out horribly?
2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side... Posted Jun 21, 2009
Would a clay bread bin work even in that temp/humidity?; they've some kind of cooling affect other than what you get with just putting the bread a wooden/metal breadbin.... Or at least I thoguth they did
frenchbean Posted Jun 22, 2009
If you put it into a plastic bag in the fridge, it doesn't dry out at all. That or a sealed container.
There is only one thing worse than being Gosho, and that is not being Gosho Posted Jun 22, 2009
Yeah, I've been putting it in a plastic bag, but not one that seals. Maybe I should look for a Ziploc bag big enough for a loaf.
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