I've been out in the kitchen prepping a shipload of fresh vegies for blanching - a result of spontaneous visits to some
local garden markets today. As I sometimes do when I'm in the kitchen, I started listening, at random, to one of the SCS audio lectures which turned out to be the very first podcast: "Knife Skills".
While listening to te podcast, It occurred to me that you've never mentioned turning vegatables. I'd be interested to hear your views on this technique, and, if you use it at all, your own method and and where you like to apply it..
Looking on my sack of bread flour ingredients:
ascorbic acid (dough conditioner) - this would be an oxidizer in the presents of O2.
Doh-Tone - this is a mix of different levels of amylase and protease. Some flour use malted barley flour or you could add diastatic malt powder
Leaving out the yeast and salt at this point because of heat.
Mix the required amount of flour and water for Chef Jacob's Baguette recipe together at room temperature and do a stepped mash of the flour in the sous vide cooker.