What does folded mean? How do you do that?
folded on top of itself like a piece of paper, a couple times then back in the bowl to rest/rise more, something about building tension within the gluten, i guess it helps the bread hold it shape
I assume you meant "Luke" warm.....
luke warm, warm, cold, so long as its not "hot"
recipe just says yeast, i used the "rapid" or "machine" yeast you commonly buy in the store, it comes in those little single serv packages or the little 5 ounce glass jar
...now i know you don't do the cooking
its cooking salt, bigger grains, the box literally says "kosher salt" on it, im sure table salt would work as well, you may just want to use less due to the smaller grains adding up to more weight for the same volume
Is this just any all-purpose or is special wheat like Durham
none of the recipes i have found anywhere specify any kind of special all purpose flour, i used the no name superstore bag ive been working through for the last 5 years, so definitely nothing special
Does "restes" mean let it sit? And should it be covered under a cloth
sorry that was a cell phone autocorrect typo, rest is what i meant, you could say rise, yes covered with a cloth