Sourdough with Caraway and Molasses

Caraway seeds make this sourdough loaf extra special. Their flavor is citrusy, a little spicy and with a hint of licorice.

The dough for this caraway and molasses sourdough is pretty sticky, with hydration of around 72%. A strong bread flour and and a good sourdough starter can handle this amount of water easily.

Through coil-folding, structure will be built up in the dough and it will go from a sticky shaggy dough to a stretchy and smooth elastic dough.

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