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Re: Swiss bread recipe wanted please

OOookkkay. EE to the rescue....sort of.


My youngest daughter has successfully trained as a baker-confectioner, I asked her about that recipe. She confirms my suspicions, that this is an invention of a local bakery, perhaps a few bakeries, in the vincinity of Interlaken.



But it is not, a registered recipe of the Swiss Baker and Confectioner organisation (She has access to the database).


Well, I searched and found this bread from a bakery in Grindelwald





http://www.grindelwald-bakery.ch/spezialitaeten.html


If it the bread you are looking for is looking like that, then.....


It is made from rye. The website states that this bread is made with a mother-dough (pre-fermented dough) and has got a long resting time (e.g. when the dough is left covered in a bowl or special basket to rise), before finishing and baking it.





I hope I have given you enough information to look up a similar recipe, and who knows, your own version iof it might even turn out to be much yummier than the bought one
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