Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of poolish.

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Examples

  • Bigas and poolishes and oh my god, all of these steps and seriously, are there any breads you can make in just a few hours and really, it was very humbling.

    italian bread | smitten kitchen

  • Like a good foodist, I immediately read up, consulted the websites and began struggling with sourdoughs, bigas, poolishes, fresh yeasts and stoneground flours and within a month had decided that being neither a yoghurt-bothering earth mother with forearms like hams nor permanently welded to an AGA this wasn't going to happen.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • I replaced the stiff sourdough with two consecutive poolishes amounting to the same amount of flour; the water in excess was subtracted from the first dough.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • Like a good foodist, I immediately read up, consulted the websites and began struggling with sourdoughs, bigas, poolishes, fresh yeasts and stoneground flours and within a month had decided that being neither a yoghurt-bothering earth mother with forearms like hams nor permanently welded to an AGA this wasn't going to happen.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

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