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Sourdough: Bread Hacking and Social Baking

by Web Developer at Yahoo London on Mar 28, 2009

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Baking bread closely matches a hacker lifestyle, making yeast from scratch even more so.

Baking bread closely matches a hacker lifestyle, making yeast from scratch even more so.

Learn how to add baking to your geek lifestyle.

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  • guioconnor Guilherme Zühlke O'Connor, Web Developer at Yahoo London Amounts in imperial mesurements (hopefully) updated. In any case, always trust the metric more, 5 years ago
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  • guioconnor Guilherme Zühlke O'Connor, Web Developer at Yahoo London You may be right, I don't know imperial measurements from the top of my head, I used a conversor. In case of doubt, always use the metric ones.

    I'll upload a corrected version, thanks for pointing it out.
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  • amcewen Adrian McEwen, Entrepreneur at MCQN Ltd. Nice presentation, but I think your imperial measurements are a bit out - maybe only by a factor of 10... :-)

    1oz is ~28g, so I suspect that 20g is more like 0.7oz than 7oz.
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  • guioconnor Guilherme Zühlke O'Connor, Web Developer at Yahoo London There are some pictures of the presentation here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/guioconnor/sets/72157615944777853/ 5 years ago
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