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I'm A Baker In South Of France, Ask Me Anything

 
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Typical fucking Frenchman...

Ran away just as quick as he started this thread.
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I am here you don't need insults. I didn't insult someone here..
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Ahhh there you are!

Any tips on making bread?

I can't make it worth a damn!

It usually turns out hard enough to kill three people or go through a wall.
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Hello adventurer
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Hello, how are you?
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I believe this French crop circle is indicating this very spot is in the cross hairs to get a comet strike to help cool down the asteroid impacts in this particular quadrant containing four nuclear reactors.

[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]

You guys are snail meat.
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Typical fucking Frenchman...

Ran away just as quick as he started this thread.
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I am here you don't need insults. I didn't insult someone here..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Ahhh there you are!

Any tips on making bread?

I can't make it worth a damn!

It usually turns out hard enough to kill three people or go through a wall.
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


What kind of oven do you have at home?
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I believe this French crop circle is indicating this very spot is in the cross hairs to get a comet strike to help cool down the asteroid impacts in this particular quadrant containing four nuclear reactors.

[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]

You guys are snail meat.
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We all die one day you know.
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Typical fucking Frenchman...

Ran away just as quick as he started this thread.
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I am here you don't need insults. I didn't insult someone here..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Ahhh there you are!

Any tips on making bread?

I can't make it worth a damn!

It usually turns out hard enough to kill three people or go through a wall.
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


What kind of oven do you have at home?
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Well I did have an electric... it sucked.

I now have a gas oven.

basic gas oven.
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Don't put the bread too close from the source of heat in your oven, it's what makes it hard in the end. I use a traditional oven in my bakery with wood etc so it's totally different from the ovens you and I myself have at home. But don't put the bread too close from the source of heat, so it can cook slowly, it is important.
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Aliens are making some statements with some severe punctuation marks.


So whats happenning in France these days?
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Pick-up the phone! Something be headed your way.

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South of France is literally the best place on earth. I'm jealous.
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I am here you don't need insults. I didn't insult someone here..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Ahhh there you are!

Any tips on making bread?

I can't make it worth a damn!

It usually turns out hard enough to kill three people or go through a wall.
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


What kind of oven do you have at home?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Well I did have an electric... it sucked.

I now have a gas oven.

basic gas oven.
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


Ah, well you are right, gas ovens are a lot better in many ways. Electricity in my opinion it's not good for cooking, in France that's why we hate microwave food (except those who work in offices because they are in a hurry for lunch)
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Please give me a recipe in Imperial units and Fahrenheit for simple bread (flour, salt, water, yeast and whatever else in the simplest bread).

Impossible to get good bread where I live.

Thanks in advance. I will be in your debt.
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Impérial units, what is it? I am willing to help you.
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Cups and teaspoons and tablespoons.

You can use litres and kilometres and Celsius and hogsheads if you must.
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I believe this French crop circle is indicating this very spot is in the cross hairs to get a comet strike to help cool down the asteroid impacts in this particular quadrant containing four nuclear reactors.

[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]

You guys are snail meat.
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We all die one day you know.
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Not everyone but there is a soul incinerator nonetheless.
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When I make French toast I call it toast from France.
A legend in my own mind
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South of France is literally the best place on earth. I'm jealous.
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I am from corsica but Cannes is good to make money, many rich old people here, the climate is nice, and most ladies look very good peace
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Ah, well you are right, gas ovens are a lot better in many ways. Electricity in my opinion it's not good for cooking, in France that's why we hate microwave food (except those who work in offices because they are in a hurry for lunch)
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cheers
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Please give me a recipe in Imperial units and Fahrenheit for simple bread (flour, salt, water, yeast and whatever else in the simplest bread).

Impossible to get good bread where I live.

Thanks in advance. I will be in your debt.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32283570


Impérial units, what is it? I am willing to help you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Cups and teaspoons and tablespoons.

You can use litres and kilometres and Celsius and hogsheads if you must.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32283570


500 grams of T65 flour (t65 is a flour for Bakers)
300 grams of water
20 grams of dry Yeast
10 grams of salt (be careful with the salt dosage)
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Please give me a recipe in Imperial units and Fahrenheit for simple bread (flour, salt, water, yeast and whatever else in the simplest bread).

Impossible to get good bread where I live.

Thanks in advance. I will be in your debt.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32283570


Impérial units, what is it? I am willing to help you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Cups and teaspoons and tablespoons.

You can use litres and kilometres and Celsius and hogsheads if you must.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32283570


500 grams of T65 flour (t65 is a flour for Bakers)
300 grams of water
20 grams of dry Yeast
10 grams of salt (be careful with the salt dosage)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Mix, knead, bake (temperature), let rise?

Sequence? Times?
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Hello folks!!!
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High! bonghit
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Why do my homemade banquettes always look like penises?
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Banquettes ?
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Sorry, baguettes. Auto correct thought otherwise.
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When I make French toast I call it toast from France.
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Peanut butter, banana and bacon on French.

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Where/How can I get good Pain au lait in the US? What about some delicious chocolate croissants? Oh, how I miss real fresh baguettes!

Southern France is so beautiful! I make wine from my wild Southern US grape vines I have in my back yard. Scuppernong grapes are the closest I can describe the particular variety I have. I make my wine using cote du Rhone yeast. Everyone loves it and it doesn't taste like anything out there on the market. So thanks, France for your yeast and the Statue of Liberty!
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When I make French toast I call it toast from France.
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Please give me a recipe in Imperial units and Fahrenheit for simple bread (flour, salt, water, yeast and whatever else in the simplest bread).

Impossible to get good bread where I live.

Thanks in advance. I will be in your debt.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32283570


Impérial units, what is it? I am willing to help you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Cups and teaspoons and tablespoons.

You can use litres and kilometres and Celsius and hogsheads if you must.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32283570


500 grams of T65 flour (t65 is a flour for Bakers)
300 grams of water
20 grams of dry Yeast
10 grams of salt (be careful with the salt dosage)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Mix those ingredients during 10 minutes until you obtain a past, not sticky be careful, and then you let it rest 15 minutes.

You pick up the past you separate it in 3 loafs
With your hand you make 3 round balls
You take this 3 balls you put them under a DRY towel you let them 10 minutes like this

You heat up your oven at 240 degrée Celsius
You put a little olive oil on the plate, so the bread doesn't stick to the plate when it cooks

You take a cooking brush you put some water on it and you pass it on the loads

You put it 20-25 minutes in the oven

Merci Alexandre !
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Sorry It took me time to answer but my English is not perfect and I had to use technical words I had to translate. This is how we make bread in south east of france. It is not a baguette, baguette it's for pretentious parisians.
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When I make French toast I call it toast from France.
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What do you call French toast, what is it?
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Where/How can I get good Pain au lait in the US? What about some delicious chocolate croissants? Oh, how I miss real fresh baguettes!

Southern France is so beautiful! I make wine from my wild Southern US grape vines I have in my back yard. Scuppernong grapes are the closest I can describe the particular variety I have. I make my wine using cote du Rhone yeast. Everyone loves it and it doesn't taste like anything out there on the market. So thanks, France for your yeast and the Statue of Liberty!
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Wow friend, you are what we call a VIGNERON here, it's great you make your own wine! What kind of wine is it?
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Sorry It took me time to answer but my English is not perfect and I had to use technical words I had to translate. This is how we make bread in south east of france. It is not a baguette, baguette it's for pretentious parisians.
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Perfect! Thank you.

I understood you well.
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Hello folks!!!
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If Biden wins, I think I want to buy a property there! I hear Marseilles is filled with immigrants now....where would you move, if you could? Southern Atlantic coast? Mediterranean coast by Spain or by Italy?
As above, so below.
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Impérial units, what is it? I am willing to help you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Cups and teaspoons and tablespoons.

You can use litres and kilometres and Celsius and hogsheads if you must.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32283570


500 grams of T65 flour (t65 is a flour for Bakers)
300 grams of water
20 grams of dry Yeast
10 grams of salt (be careful with the salt dosage)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004


Mix those ingredients during 10 minutes until you obtain a past, not sticky be careful, and then you let it rest 15 minutes.

You pick up the past you separate it in 3 loafs
With your hand you make 3 round balls
You take this 3 balls you put them under a DRY towel you let them 10 minutes like this

You heat up your oven at 240 degrée Celsius
You put a little olive oil on the plate, so the bread doesn't stick to the plate when it cooks

You take a cooking brush you put some water on it and you pass it on the loads

You put it 20-25 minutes in the oven

Merci Alexandre !
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79336004



I forgot à détail, with the brush you put a little water ON THE BREAD, so it is crispy on the outside and tender inside. Sorry
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Hello folks!!!
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If Biden wins, I think I want to buy a property there! I hear Marseilles is filled with immigrants now....where would you move, if you could? Southern Atlantic coast? Mediterranean coast by Spain or by Italy?
 Quoting: Fhre A'an


If you want trouble Marseille is perfect tounge
To live quietly you can go to Menton, Cannes, Le Cannet, Mandelieu, auribeau, Mougins.





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