Finally I can re-start my blog. My old PC had broken down and I bought a new laptop. While we were setting it up Christmas came and New Year, and before you know it, Easter. Time flies!
I have been baking while I was away from my blog although I had to bake less as I was on a diet!
Anyway, I baked this “Black Sesame Campagne” with my raisin wild yeast.
I quite like the way it looks, round shape with square coupe on top.
So I sliced it up and made some sandwiches for lunch. I love the fragrance of black sesame when I am slicing!
Simple sandwich with good coffee is the perfect weekday lunch for me!
Black Sesame Campagne [Baker’s percent]
250g of High Grade (Strong) Flour
60g of Whole Grain Flour
40g of Rye Flour
70g of Wild Raisin Yeast Starter (Leaven) [20%] *
6g of Salt [1.6%]
262g of Lukewarm Water [75%]
2 tbsp of Black Sesame Seeds
* or 3g of Instant Dry Yeast [1%]