I love baking bread. Few things bring me more joy and satisfaction than pulling out the perfect loaf fresh from the oven.
But during the summer, some of that happiness melts away in the heat. High temperatures make timing fermentation difficult, and a hot oven can make an already warm kitchen a desert.
So this week I put together a bunch of tips for baking bread in the summer.
My tips aren’t ground breaking or life changing, but hopefully they help you get better results during the summer months. Also, if you need a few more pointers for better baking, don’t forget to check out my helpful tips section on my bread blog. I answer a lot of commonly asked questions about bread baking, and you might learn an interesting tidbit or two while your browse.
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