Kassel bread

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Kassel bread

Kasseler bread , often called Kasseler for short , is a mild, light mixed wheat bread from Kassel , which is now common in other regions, especially in the Rhineland .

It consists of around two thirds of wheat flour and one third of rye flour , sourdough and yeast and is only seasoned with salt . The final fermentation time of the dough in a woven bread basket gives the loaves an oval shape with slight, circumferential grooves that are still faintly visible even after baking.

Kasseler bread has a fine crumb and a rather light, soft crust. If stored correctly, it will last for around three to five days.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Josef Loderbauer: The baker's book in learning fields . Verlag Handwerk und Technik, Hamburg 2008, ISBN 978-3-582-40205-9 .

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