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Frieling Brotform Round Bread Rising Basket, 8-Inch


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8-Inch
Round
  • Brotform bread rising basket is ideal for making artisan breads at home; measures 10" diameter x 3.25" high
  • Brotforms yield a better rise, crunchy ribbed crust and superior texture
  • Made of natural cane; makes a standard 8" round loaf
  • Can be used with bread machines; doubles as a serving basket
  • Hand wash in warm water

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Product Details

Size: 8-Inch | Style Name: Round
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 0.8 x 2.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00004R92T
  • Item model number: 3001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,117 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 8-Inch | Style Name: Round

Product Description

Frieling recognizes that people don't need just another product - they need a solution to a problem - a fresh solution!  Finding "fresh solutions" has been the Frieling mission for 26 years.  The Frieling team is passionate about answering the need with innovative coffee/tea accessories, cookware, bakeware, serveware, food storage, decalcifiers, gadgets, food prep, tabletop and much more.  Frieling synergistically integrates brands of distinction from around the world into one convenient place to shop.  Let your home-baked artisan breads rise in a Broftorm and harness the wisdom of centuries past. These bread rising baskets yield a better rise, a crunchy ribbed crust, and superior texture. Easy to use, simply flour the Brotform and place kneaded dough in the basket for the final rise. Transfer the loaf onto a baking sheet to bake. Works with bread machines too - let the machine knead the dough, then rise in the Brotform. Made of natural cane; can be used as a serving basket.

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This traditional bread rising basket lets you bring a taste of Europe into your kitchen. Just dust the 8-inch round basket with flour, put your kneaded dough in, and watch it rise. The natural cane coils shape and decorate the loaf the old-fashioned way. When it's done rising, remove it from the basket and pop it in the oven. The final result? A country bread with a great texture and crunchy crust. To remove any remaining flour, simply tap the basket on the counter. The only other maintenance is an occasional hand washing in warm water. This sturdy basket is even attractive enough to double as a serving piece for outdoor meals and entertaining. --Irene Svete


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Customer Reviews

The loaves look and taste great.
James R. Mckinley
The main difference between Brotform and a regular proofing basket lined with couche is the beautiful spiral pattern on the finished loaf.
KisaCar
Would recommend this product and company for future purchases.
Rich Spring

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

121 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Mitchell Pollock on February 26, 2002
Style Name: RoundSize Name: 8-Inch
Yes, these bannetons do lend an interesting look to the loaf of bread, but its function is its value to bakers. It was/is used primarily for breads leavened with a natural yeast/bacterial culture. Breads made with these cultures ferment over a long period of time, and produce acids and alcohol which weaken the gluten structure of the bread. This results in a flatter loaf. These baskets are used to support the shape of a round loaf in the case of this round 'boule' basket. The loaf is turned out and immediately slid on a stone (or pan) and baked, scored or not. The idea of cleaning them is not very practical. I have used them for years and never clean them. If they build up too much flour, I use a paring knife to scrape out the dried bits in the grooves and start over. It is kind of like seasoning an iron skillet. If you don't get it wet and reuse it with the flour in it, your bread will stick less and less each time, until you can simply invert the dough onto your peel with no coaxing. This allows you to bake using much wetter doughs. So, my rating is a 5 star, because of its essential function for perfect loaves on pain au levain boules.
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110 of 117 people found the following review helpful By D. Cochrane on April 7, 2009
Style Name: RoundSize Name: 8-Inch Verified Purchase
My husband is bread baker and I purchased the round Brotform for him. Advertised as "Ideal for baking European-style hearth breads"
Unless you click the discrete link "Read all product information" they don't tell you it was made in China and until it arrives you won't see the lack of quality.
I thought I was buying an authentic Banneton, not a poorly crafted (over priced) imitation.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By desert traveler on January 11, 2006
Style Name: OvalSize Name: 10-Inch
This requires skill to use: Removing the dough after rising has to be done just right, or the dough deflates. If the dough doesn't rise to the rim of the basket, you need to hold your hand (or a piece of cardboard cut to fit inside the basket) over it when removing; if it rises above the rim, it often deflates no matter how careful you are. I tried lining the basket with a towel (the dough stuck, which of course deflated the dough), then with parchment paper (the dough didn't stick, but of course that eliminated the pattern of the basket on the bread). Also, the basket needs to be floured very thickly and very often, in order to (hopefully) acquire the patina needed to keep the dough from sticking and tearing when removed. But if you bake sourdough bread, you know that it puddles, giving you a flat, wide loaf, so a sourdough lover needs some sort of form to prevent this happening. I will continue experimenting with the basket, and I really do think that I'll eventually learn how to work with it. But as I said in the opening of this review, it requires some skill.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Hiep H. Nguyen on April 7, 2012
Style Name: RoundSize Name: 8-Inch
The basket I received is fake, definitely not Frieling. It was sent from China and not the same size as described, poor quality with a strong odor. Should known better, the price is too good to be true. Be careful who you buy it from, Amazon should ban this seller (yux...).
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By H. sabo on January 24, 2008
Style Name: OvalSize Name: 10-Inch Verified Purchase
Basket works well,but I do not like that the bottom of the basket does not have an oval design. I wish this would have been shown in the pictures. The pattern is simply straight lines which I do not find as attractive on the bread. I find that I use this basket more as a basket to serve the bread rather than bake it. I much prefer the round basket for baking.
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By James R. Mckinley on June 30, 2000
Style Name: RoundSize Name: 8-Inch Verified Purchase
After mixing your dough and letting it rise the first time, this basket helps shape the dough into a perfect loaf, with an interesting pattern on the crust. My first loaf with this basket turned out perfectly. It is much easier than hand shaping a loaf, and much more rustic/natural than using a loaf pan. The natural coils shape and decorate the loaf the old-fashioned way. When it's done rising, carefully remove it from the basket and care fully put it on a pre-heated bread stone in the oven. The loaves look and taste great.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By James R. Mckinley on July 11, 2000
Style Name: OvalSize Name: 10-Inch Verified Purchase
After mixing your dough and letting it rise the first time, this basket helps shape the dough into a perfect loaf, with an interesting pattern on the crust. My first loaf with this basket turned out perfectly. It is much easier than hand shaping a loaf, and much more rustic/natural than using a loaf pan. The natural coils shape and decorate the loaf the old-fashioned way. When it's done rising, carefully remove it from the basket and care fully put it on a pre-heated bread stone in the oven. The loaves look and taste great
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By B. Fernandez on August 13, 2008
Style Name: RoundSize Name: 11-Inch Verified Purchase
Brotforms can be poorly made and no matter what you do the dough stick to the splinters or crevices. This, in contrast, is very well made and wonderfully finished so that properly dusted it does precisely what it is supposed to do -- create perfectly formed and visually appealing loaves. There are some cheapies out there but this is the real thing and we use them all the time so they take use well. When not being used, they are nice enough looking to leave on the counter.
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