In the future recommend a podcast on the science of brining. It's not easy to understand why if I cooking chicken breast and holding it hot in water drys the meat, but brining it in salt and water before cooking makes it juicy. Possibly a good food science video.
The last four weeks, all but one of my loaves of "English-Muffin" Bread have turned out like this:
Prior to that, I hadn't had any trouble and I have not (knowingly) changed any ingredients, procedures or equipment.
Why is this happening and how can I prevent it? Thanks.