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Spring Oven Blue

Usage guide for the Spring Oven

Without the need for additional water pots or pans, the Spring Oven enables its user to steam bread in their home oven. The product’s base has a channel…

Sourdough starter

How to create a sourdough starter

To bake great sourdough bread, you need a strong and active starter. You can buy a sourdough starter from us here but if you’d like to create your…

Komo Grain Mill Instructions

Komo Milling Guide

Need some help with your new Komo grain mill? Here’s a handy list of what you can mill. What can you mill in a Komo grain mill? The…

Challenger Bread Pan Guide

Challenger Bread Pan – Advice and Usage Guide

  If you’ve just bought a Challenger bread pan, here are some helpful tips to get the best from your pan. Cast-iron is the perfect material for cooking…

Baking Steel Guide

Baking Steel – Usage Guide

You’ve bought a new baking steel — now what? The first thing to determine is if the steel has been ’Seasoned’. This refers to a protective oil coat…

Banneton proofing baskets

Banneton proofing baskets – Instructions

Plastic Bannetons Preparation of new or washed proofing baskets. First use: To avoid dough sticking to your new plastic proofing basket, you need to first apply a flour…

Baking Steel Close Up

Steel Bakeware – Care and Usage Guide

You’ve bought a new baking steel or steel bread tin – now what? The first thing to determine is if the steel has been ’Seasoned’. This refers to…

Rusted Steel

Rust – Advice for Steel and Iron Bakeware

Iron, and it’s alloy – steel, will rust when in contact with water and oxygen. When rusting occurs, a reddish by-product (iron oxide) forms on the surface layer.…

Wolfgang Mockmill Decorative Graphic

Mockmill Milling Guide

Need some help with your new Mockmill grain mill? Here’s a handy list of what you can mill and the scale to use. Milling information for Grain, Seeds…

Porcelain and Ceramic – what’s the difference?

Porcelain and ceramic are both made from clay and a popular material for bakeware and dishes. The key differences between the two are composition and how the clay…

Emile Henry Pizza Stone on a table

Ceramic – Care and Usage Guide

Ceramic stoneware (usually derived from clay) is a common material choice for baking tools, pans, pizza stones and cloches. The first use is thought to be 9,000 BC,…

Challenger bread pan in a kitchen

Cast and Spun Iron – Care and Usage Guide

Cast iron is commonly used in bakeware. The material is pretty much indestructible and the go-to choice for pans and skillets in domestic and commercial kitchens alike. It…

Steel Bread Tin

Should you use a lid on your Bread Tin?

The purpose of a bread tin lid is to restrict and shape the rise. The lid contains the rising dough within, contributing to a perfectly cube shaped loaf.…

How to clean your steel bread tins.

Wash your steel bread tins sparingly to build up a protective seal. For first-time use, wash gently in warm soapy water and dry in a cooling oven or…