5 Ways to Use a Baking Stone Beyond Making Pizza — Tips from
Baking stones mimic the conditions in brick ovens by absorbing heat from the oven and allowing you to bake right on top of the heat source. This creates a direct transfer of heat and ensures that your foods are cooked evenly.
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Sourdough Starter & Bread recipe - "...if you’re new to sourdough and don’t yet own a kitchen scale, instant-read thermometer, stand mixer, baking stone, or proofing baskets, don’t worry. You can make this bread and it will be delicious."
Want wonderful crust on your pizza? Can't find the courage to buy a baking stone? heres a cheap and effective alternative...unglazed quarry stones. Buy at home improvement stores for pennies!---Must give this a try ;)
Easy Crusty French Bread - This easy homemade bread recipe is sure to be a hit! Ready in just a few hours - no need to let it rise overnight. Baked in a dutch oven for a crispy crust on the outside and soft, airy bread on the inside! Vegetarian.