Essential bread baking tools
Do you want to start baking your own bread, but aren't sure where to start? Not to worry. With a little practice and the right baking tools, you'll have great homemade bread in no time. Mixing ingredients: To start the...
Do you want to start baking your own bread, but aren't sure where to start? Not to worry. With a little practice and the right baking tools, you'll have great homemade bread in no time.
Mixing ingredients: To start the bread making process, you'll need to find a good recipe. There are plenty out there, and none are right or wrong. But most will have you initially mix together all of the ingredients except the flour. A good mixing bowl and wooden spoon or whisk will help you do this. Once these ingredients are mixed, you can start adding flour to form a thick dough you can knead with your hands. Once the dough is kneaded, your bread is ready to bake!
Bread pan: You've got to have something to cook your bread in, right? There are dozens of great options, and they're all made of various materials. Try the LAVA cast iron bread pan, made of the world's highest quality cast iron.
Baking stone: Baking stones are flat and absorb moisture, so your bread will be crispier than it would in a normal bread pan. Baking stones also lower the chances of your bread being soggy or even burning. If you’re looking for a good baking stone, why not try the Multi Chef Bread Stone?
Bread knife: Don't just choose any old knife to cut the bread you just baked. A serrated bread knife will make cutting fresh bread easier, and the knife should be long enough to cut through the loaf.
Bread basket: The process isn’t over once your bread cools -- you have to have something to put it in once it’s ready! The Danesco Wireworks Bread Basket comes with velcro strips to keep your bread hot even as it’s being served.
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