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  1. Hi everyone, Some have asked me to give them the recipe for the burger buns I used in my How To Make Better Burgers video. Well, here it is. Makes 8 buns. Ounce units are weight ounces (not fluid ounces). Sponge Starter: How To Make Sourdough Yeast Starter 4 oz yeast starter 6 oz AP flour 6 oz warm milk Final Ingredients: 12 oz AP flour 4 oz warm milk 1 egg, beaten 0.4 oz melted unsalted butter (~1/4 cup) 0.4 oz salt 0.4 oz sugar Optional: melted butter or egg wash for brushing. Directions: 1) Mix up sponge starter the night before. 2) The next morning add final ingredients. 3) Knead for a few minutes in a stand mixer. 4) Form into a ball. 5) Place into an oiled bowl and cover. 6) When doubled in size, punch down, reform, and divide into 8 equal pieces (~4.5 oz each). 7) Form pieces into balls and place on parchment lined baking sheet. 8) Brush with melted butter or egg wash. (Optional) 9) Bake @400 deg F for 30-35 minutes until done.
  2. Bread made from a natural yeast starter and built up into a sponge starter before becoming bread dough. Mmm, Mmm, Mmm! There is also a Bread Recipe Calculator there that you can download to scale up or down this recipe for any need. Ingredients: 22.5 oz bread flour 11.5 oz water (dechlorinated) 5 oz 50/50 natural yeast starter 0.5 oz salt 0.5 oz olive oil 0.5 oz sugar Directions: Add 7.5 oz each of water and flour to 5 oz active yeast starter. Mix. Let ferment overnight. In the morning, add remaining ingredients. Mix, knead, stretch, and fold. Let rise til 1.5-2 times original size. Form the loaf while stretching and folding dough. Optionally use a banneton. Let rise. Heat oven to 450 deg F. Place dough in oven. Spray oven with water to create steam to assist with rise. Bake a total of 35-40 minutes. Here is the video recipe: http://youtu.be/os69X6qJ1KM Here is a link to the How To Make Sourdough Yeast Starter: http://youtu.be/6LOX-lS-a5w Bread Recipe Calculator Spreadsheet: https://www.beernbbqbylarry.info/Bread_Recipe_Calculator.xlsx
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