Breadtopia Bread Lame (Dough Scoring Tool)
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- Bread Lame Dough Scoring Tool - A Breadtopia Exclusive
- Comfort grip handle allows for steady control and accurate cutting
- Uses replaceable double edge blades (5 blades included)
- Handle made of hard resin with a stainless steel strip to hold the razor
- Comes with a safe storage box
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Breadtopia’s Bread Lame
We’ve listened to your suggestions and are happy to offer an improved version of our bread-making tool. The stainless steel blade holder has a slightly wider tip for a more secure hold on the blade, and it comes with a storage box for safekeeping and 5 double edge razor blades.
Rated #1 by America’s Test Kitchen, the Breadtopia lame offers an excellent balance of form and function. Its easy grip handle allows for steady control and accurate cutting.
Setting up the Lame is easy and quick. Photo illustrated instructions are also included.
What is a “Lame” and how do I use it?
A Lame (pronounced LAHM, meaning "blade" in French) is typically a long thin stick made to hold a metal razor. This is used to cut (or “score”) bread dough to help control the expansion of the loaf as it bakes. This is an essential tool for any bread baker.
The best time to score a loaf is after it has finished proofing and is ready to be put in the oven. Holding the lame firmly and slicing quickly into the loaf as needed allows for a controlled expansion of the dough as it rises and gives a professional look.
Top Customer Reviews
Regarding safe storage: My wife suggested a cheap rectangular plastic case, commonly used for carrying a toothbrush on trips. Works perfectly if you label and store it appropriately. See attached photo.
I have my latest kitchen "gadget" safely stored in its own container on a top shelf in my kitchen. Given the extremely sharp nature of this tool, storing it loose in a drawer or even in a tool caddy invites injury. Plus, I'm sure the males in my house could find all sorts of uses for my lame that I wouldn't appreciate at all - if I left it somewhere they could see it.