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Borodinsky bread, a Russian story for the ages

Main features: dense, brick-like bread Type of dough: rye, sticky dough Flours used: rye flour, red rye malt, wheat flourTips for a correct execution: Tips for a correct execution: proofing times can be very short, keep your eyes on the dough at all times; Rest the bread for at least 24 hours (ideally 48 hours) after baking before cutting; Working with this type of dough can be very difficult, having wet hands and utensils helps. Pairing: works best in association with fish, caviar, cured meats. […]

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How to lend your bread some character

If you’ve already started making bread for a while now and you have practiced quite a bit, you may find yourselves in a spot where your bread is OK, but you may feel that it needs a bit of oomph. So, how do you get from an OK bread to a great memorable loaf? We’ll start by saying something we keep saying for a few years now. Bread should not just be OK, just a humble addition to a great meal. If you treat your […]

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About us

The story behind ‘Homebakers by Grain Trip’ cannot start without first mentioning our “big brother”. With Grain Trip, we dreamed of taking everyone who visited our bakery on an exciting journey around the world, where they could discover the tastes and treats of new destinations on each visit. We were homebakers for a very long time until we could make Grain Trip Bakery a reality. We opened its doors in April 2018, bringing 100% sourdough breads and tasty pastries, filled with love and character, to our hometown of Bucharest in Romania.


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