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Video # 2 Fermentation and Folding Dough


I’ve got the second video finished. It’s called Blister Crust Sourdough Part 2 Fermentaion and Folding Dough.  I am working on video number three which will be about shaping, slashing and proofing. The final video will be about baking and the finished bread. 


With the first video I used blank slides and tried to post title and annotations through Youtube to put the title in the beginning and the formula at the end. However, I realized they didn’t show up when using Chrome browser. So if you want to see the comments I make during the video, please use Internet Explorer. I am not sure if Firefox shows the annotations or not. Maybe someone could comment on that.


So I went back to the editing software with the second video and put them in manually. I decided not to change the first video because it has been published all over the web and Youtube won’t allow me to change it without losing all of the interaction on it.

So without further ado, here it is, Blister Crust Sourdough Part 2 Fermentation and Folding Dough:



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I will post and let you know when video 3 is finished. Come and join in on the fun, try baking some Potato Water Sourdough!


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  1. DonnaDonna
    October 21, 2015    

    You are a reference for me, thank u , wonderful work

  2. northwestsourdoughnorthwestsourdough
    January 27, 2015    

    Thanks Dave, Video # 3 is here: https://tinyurl.com/nz684ya

  3. Dave WiedemannDave Wiedemann
    January 27, 2015    

    Thank you for the first 2 videos. I’ve never made bread, but hope to. I LOVE sourdough. Please keep on your list for video #3.

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