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How to make OAT BRAN FRENCH BREAD.
How to make OAT BRAN FRENCH BREAD.
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Ingredients: Poolish = 750g.Bread flour (strong bakers flour) 750gmils of water & 14tsp.Instant dry yeast...12-14 hours later, Final mix = Poolish + 1cup oat bran & 1 cup of water. (For 65% hydration dough) also 1.5kg Bread flour & 710gmils of water & 5tsp.or 40g. of salt.. For normal French bread dough, delete the oat bran & extra cup of water.
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