» Jane Mason whole wheat starter
» Tartine variation (replaced the rye flour with corn flour; replaced the salt with 8 grams salt and a small spoonful red miso; added pepitas, sunflower seeds, and sesame seeds to the top of the inner layer)
Here again is Mapat Aguilar’s YouTube video (in Spanish) demonstrating how to shape, score, and bake Josep Pascual Robed Bread so the outer layer will spring up and out in the oven:
Pan de masa madre en dos capas, esta es la receta que utilice, una receta por cada pan. ( pane incamiciato ) [Sourdough bread in two layers, this is the recipe I use, one recipe for each bread. (jacketed bread)] – Mapat Aguilar
- YouTube | Mapat Aguilar: “El encamisado” pan de masa madre (“The jacketed” sourdough bread)
Knowing only the Italian translation pane incamiciato, we translated the name of it into “robed bread” before learning the Spanish name for Josep Pascual’s layered bread. We think “robed” sounds more elegant than “jacketed” and have decided to retain our slightly fractured English translation….
It’s Sourdough September
- Tartine bread crumbs on peaches
- Tartine bread
- Wild Kulcha
- Pascual Method Robed Bread
- Red Miso Tartine
This post is to “share the delicious delights of genuine sourdough”, “encourage more people to bake genuine sourdough”, and “help people to say no to sourfaux and avoid paying a premium for something that simply isn’t the real deal”.
Wild thing, you make my loaf spring
Since 2013, the ninth month of the year is when the Real Bread Campaign goes on a mission to help everyone discover that: life’s sweeter with sourdough!
The aims of #SourdoughSeptember are to:
▪ Share the delicious delights of genuine sourdough
▪ Encourage more people to bake genuine sourdough
▪ Celebrate the small, independent bakeries that bake genuine sourdough
▪ Help people to say no to sourfaux and avoid paying a premium for something that simply isn’t the real deal
In 2020, a special focus is helping more people to discover that a sourdough starter is a gateway to every type of bread on the planet. This year we’ve welcomed many #LockdownLoafers around the world starting (or resuming) love affairs with sourdough bread, some baking or buying it for the first time.
– Real Bread Campaign, Sustainweb.org | Sourdough September
But remember, even when September is over, it doesn’t mean that we have to put our wild starters away. I don’t know about you, but we’re going to make every month a sourdough month!
» Wordless Not-Wednesday: Why is it laughing?! (Sourdough September 2020)
» More Wildness: Lame Fun with Layering (Sourdough September 2020)
» Have You Tried Kulcha? They’re Wild! (BBB September 2020) (Sourdough September 2020)
» Lame Scoring Continues (Sourdough September 2020)
» Wordless Not-Wednesday: Peach Rescue (Sourdough September 2020)
» More Scoring Adventures (BBBuddies and BBBabes August 2020)
» Adventures in Scoring (BBB August 2020) (popsicle stick straight lame handle)
» Tartine variation: light rye with red miso (bookmarked)
» And we have a new pet… (Jane Mason whole wheat starter, July 2017)
» Still Wildly Baking… Tartine Bread, revisited (Sourdough September 2019)
» Score!! (Burnt Whisker Forge curved lame handle)
» Not-quite-Wordless Not-quite-Wednesday: Have lame, now what? (Silver Vanity Set curved lame handle)