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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.
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
Size: 8-Inch | Style Name: Round
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We are using it regularly for baking, definitely worth getting. Just make sure to sprinkle it well with flour so dough doesn't stickPublished 16 months ago by Yvonne
The brotform looked rather small, but don't let that fool you. It can handle way more dough than you think it can. I use rice flour to coat the brotform before adding the dough. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kenneth Grossman
This basket works well for anyone attempting to make artisan bread. The dough doesn't stick when you spread flour around in the basket and the pattern on the finished bread is... Read morePublished 19 months ago by LOGranny
Was a Christmas gift to my son. He is very pleased, as they are exactly what he was looking for for some time now. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Heather McGrath