Good Post About Desem

December 4, 2006 @ 3:25 pm | Filed under:

A step-by-step look at making desem bread as described in Laurel’s Kitchen. Includes many helpful photos. (This is several steps beyond us, though. File under: Someday. I would really love to taste a desem bread…wonder if there are any bakeries around here that make it?)

Q for Jane: Can you figure out what the author means when she talks about the "crumb" of the bread?


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  1. Teresa says:

    Hi!
    The crumb of the bread is the texture of the inside of the bread once you slice into it. Some adjectives that describe crumb can be, holey, dry, moist, dense, airy, fluffy, compact, chewy, open textured, soft, etc
    Have a great day,
    Teresa

  2. Melissa says:

    Shh, you’ll give it away! 😉
    Actually, thanks. This is a nice nutshell description with that useful list of adjectives…after Jane reads the desem post and comes up with an answer, I’ll make sure she sees this too.

  3. bedroom furniture says:

    great man 😀