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Re: Re: Breads

> From: Cersgarden@aol.com
> Marge, I have always thought I would like to have a granite piece
to knead 
> on.  Do you have one?

No, Ceres.  When we built this house, I had butcherblock counters put
in and a center round counter done in the same at the right height
for kneading...of course, my bread making time ended shortly
thereafter, so It has not had the workout I thought it would have in
that regard:(  

I'm not so sure about granite as it is basically a cold stone....I
have a slab of marble (was a sample from somewhere) that I used to
use to make candy and other items that wanted a cold surface...worked
nicely for that.

I prefer the wood, tho' for bread; just flour it and then I have
these metal scrapers to scrape off any accumulated flour/dough
afterward before washing it down;-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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