“There is something cathartic about making bread. I think it has to do with the process of creating a dough and then leaving it alone to do its thing. Even though you may have brought it to life, what it does most of the important thing on its own.” –Ideas In Food
Yeast is magical and delicious, and the best part is that the magic of bread making happens on its own, the synergy and the interaction of ingredients that happen in between the baker’s input. There are just a few steps, simple yet very precise, and then the dough takes on a life of its own, and does the caterpillar thing to transform to a whole new creation. Yeast, protein structure, fermentation, air, salt, with a high dose of heat all together form a completely new and totally phenomenal monster.