I have been cooking a few years, ran a restaurant a bit so I call myself a chef
My current goal Revive traditional native American dishes and elevate them to top level cooking (a hard goal indeed)
currently I prep/cook in an employee dining room in a quite well known place I'm sure many of you have visited. it's seasonal and in my off time a cater a few events to keep my skills sharp, but it's not a real business and hope it never becomes one.
I hope i don't get to crazy in my culinary uneducated ways
Hi Chef Jacob,
My question is, have you seen a difference of adding salt with yeast at the beginning of a machine kneaded bread?
For better than forty years, I have added salt in the beginning of making a yeast bread in a machine kneaded bread to get the salt and yeast spread out through the dough.
In 2007-2008, I did a test of salt and yeast doing a bag test on a plastic bottle using a condom to look for CO2 pressure. One bottle had salt and the other did not not. The salt added seemed to create a little better pressure than without salt but this was only one test.