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comparativeform of gloppy: more gloppy
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It uses TWO preferments - a poolish (rather spongelike but a little gloppier) and a much stiffer bigalike piece of dough. the resulting bread is really great - based on a recipe for Acme’s Rustic Baguettes in Artisan Baking Across America by Maggie Glezer.