• Homemade Bread 1 - Best Flavor with Temperature Control

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    Melissa Langenback uses the Brod & Taylor Folding Proofer to make a baguette style sourdough Country Wheat Hearth Bread. Mixing and Set Up Proofer (Part 1 of 4) Show less
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  • The Folding Proofer - How It Works Play all

    Maintain complete control over food preparation processes. Foolproof temperature management and predictable results. A baker's dream, whether you're an amateur or expert. Easy to set up and store.
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  • The Folding Proofer is the Best Yogurt Maker

    Make yogurt from nearly any kind of milk in small batches or up to 2 gallons. Digital temperature control allows control over yogurt taste and thickness.
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  • Folding Proofer Bread Rising Tips

    Follow any bread recipe (yours or ours) in either loaf pans or free-form. Put your dough in the Proofer for its first rise. Shape loaves and rise a 2nd time in the Proofer. Bake in your home oven according to the recipe. The bread you make will come out beautifully since it will have risen (proofed) under ideal conditions.
    • Brod&Taylor Folding Proofer and Bread - Duration: 58 seconds.

      • 5 years ago
      The Brød & Taylor Folding Proofer creates a consistent temperate environment for rising your favorite yeast bread dough, and its great for making yogurt and melting chocolate.
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  • How to Make Bread with the Folding Proofer Play all

    Country Wheat Hearth Bread rises predictably in the Folding Proofer and produces beautiful baguettes.
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  • The Folding Proofer and Chocolate

    Working with chocolate can be difficult because of the danger of scorching or seizing. Not so with the Folding Proofer. It's perfect for making easy and impressive treats with chocolate.
    • Using the Folding Proofer with Chocolate - Duration: 40 seconds.

      • 5 years ago
      How to melt chocolate: Just put a bowl of chocolate in the Proofer to melt it gently at a low temperature. No risk of scorching or seizing. This method is perfect for both tempering and holding.
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