In the quest for simplicity and easy to remember recipes, this sourdough loaf uses white flour and wholemeal flour in the ‘Pareto’ 80:20 ratio and the water content is 80% of the flour weight, or 80% hydration. This makes it a relatively high hydration dough, but with the right technique, handling of the dough will not be a problem.
Another simple sourdough loaf but with a higher water content. It is a little harder to handle and doesn’t rise quite as much as a lower hydration, but delivers a lighter crumb and delicious crust.
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