BBC Good Food Magazine

FOR THE BUD­DING BREAD BAKER Chris Young

Cho­sen by co­or­di­na­tor of the Real Bread Cam­paign

- Bread · Baking · Cooking · Food · Chris Young

Chris runs the Real Bread Cam­paign, in­clud­ing #Sour­dough­septem­ber and #Real­bread­week. He’s also au­thor of the mi­crobak­ery guide Knead to Know and recipe book Slow Dough: Real Bread. The Cam­paign wel­comes ev­ery­one to join via sus­tain­web.org/re­al­bread. @Re­al­bread

 ??  ?? Round 21cm x 9cm ban­neton, £8, brook­food.co.uk For rus­tic bread, get a cane ban­neton or wood-pulp brot­form. It shapes the dough while it proves and pat­terns the crust.
Round 21cm x 9cm ban­neton, £8, brook­food.co.uk For rus­tic bread, get a cane ban­neton or wood-pulp brot­form. It shapes the dough while it proves and pat­terns the crust.
 ??  ?? slash­ing Grignette or lame for dough, £3.50, bak­ery­bits.co.uk Want eye-catch­ing slashes the across your bread with­out of a health and safety chal­lenge stir­rer? ra­zor­blade tied to a cof­fee tool. Then try this nifty lit­tle
slash­ing Grignette or lame for dough, £3.50, bak­ery­bits.co.uk Want eye-catch­ing slashes the across your bread with­out of a health and safety chal­lenge stir­rer? ra­zor­blade tied to a cof­fee tool. Then try this nifty lit­tle
 ??  ?? Ar­gon table­ware 3.5-litre cast-iron Dutch oven casse­role, £37.99, rinkit.com Great for bak­ing bread as it traps cre­at­ing steam, the glossy crust that ar­ti­san achieve bak­ers us­ing steam­in­jected ovens.
Ar­gon table­ware 3.5-litre cast-iron Dutch oven casse­role, £37.99, rinkit.com Great for bak­ing bread as it traps cre­at­ing steam, the glossy crust that ar­ti­san achieve bak­ers us­ing steam­in­jected ovens.
 ??  ?? Hy­gi­plas slicer serr (30.5cm £17.99, Un­less nis­bet and you on eat you small need a 25cm bla or get longe across ol’ tho boules, and mic what­not.
Hy­gi­plas slicer serr (30.5cm £17.99, Un­less nis­bet and you on eat you small need a 25cm bla or get longe across ol’ tho boules, and mic what­not.
 ??  ?? Bio­real gluten-free or­ganic dried yeast (5 x 9g sa­chets), £2.50, ship­ton-mill.com Not mak­ing sour­dough or us­ing fresh yeast? This cer­ti­fied or­ganic dried yeast is great be­cause it’s free from ar­ti­fi­cial ad­di­tives.
Bio­real gluten-free or­ganic dried yeast (5 x 9g sa­chets), £2.50, ship­ton-mill.com Not mak­ing sour­dough or us­ing fresh yeast? This cer­ti­fied or­ganic dried yeast is great be­cause it’s free from ar­ti­fi­cial ad­di­tives.
 ??  ?? Large bread tin, £12.50, hobb­shouse­bak­ery.co.uk Keep­ing it old school! When made prop­erly, with­out any ad­di­tives, the sand­wich loaf can be a fine thing.
Large bread tin, £12.50, hobb­shouse­bak­ery.co.uk Keep­ing it old school! When made prop­erly, with­out any ad­di­tives, the sand­wich loaf can be a fine thing.
 ??  ?? Sal­ter Arc Pro stain­less steel elec­tronic kitchen scale, £14.99, John Lewis Ex­act mea­sure­ments are a great start­ing or ref­er­ence point when look­ing at what went wrong (or right).
Sal­ter Arc Pro stain­less steel elec­tronic kitchen scale, £14.99, John Lewis Ex­act mea­sure­ments are a great start­ing or ref­er­ence point when look­ing at what went wrong (or right).
 ??  ?? Vogue plas­tic dough scraper, 99p, nis­bets.co.ukOne or two of th­ese cheap, flex­i­ble friends are re­ally handy for cut­ting, re­mov­ing and gen­er­ally wran­gling dough.
Vogue plas­tic dough scraper, 99p, nis­bets.co.ukOne or two of th­ese cheap, flex­i­ble friends are re­ally handy for cut­ting, re­mov­ing and gen­er­ally wran­gling dough.
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