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I do with my hands: without the bread oven

After I published the photo on the net of one of my homemade bread, I have received many messages from people interested in the recipe and the procedure to obtain. I decided, then, to write a small post about it. In … Continue reading

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I do with my hands.

Here are today inaugurating a new section within the section of the ancient works: “I do with my hands” This book was inspired (why not say it clearly ?) da alcuni post del sito Piacerediconoscerti che molto amo. Loro hanno una … Continue reading

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Ancient crafts. For those who want to get their hands dirty.

After the post on the way to make bread at home I received many requests from people who want to try. Some have asked me how to use the sourdough, altri i tempi di lievitazione e di … Continue reading

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Ancient crafts. The way of making bread at home today

Quando capita di assaggiare un pane ben fatto è inevitabile soffermarsi sul suo profumo, it is pleasant to imagine the ancestral gestures that produced it, it is nice to think that the fire has cooked, bisognerebbe ricordarsi che c’è stato un contadinoContinue reading

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How did the bread in the 30s (and in the same way you can do today!)

My grandmother, who was born in 1926, lived in a farmhouse in central Tuscany. Family were on average 19-20 classical self-sufficiency for the people and the rural world of those years, lavoravano il podere e vivevano quasi totalmente deiContinue reading

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