Date: 2013-01-02 08:14 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] kaz
Hmmm. I am Not An Experienced Baker, but: stoneware and glass should work just as well, my main worry would be that you might actually need to preheat those after all, especially stoneware - if the pan heats up too slowly that's going to cause problems, would be my suspicion. But I don't know! So you'd have to try it out and see.

Re: 350 F, that's odd because 450 is the usual temperature I know for any kind of bread and 350 seems too cold. Huh. As far as I'm aware, the high temperature is to get a good crunchy crust to form - essentially, this bread should have a crust much like baguette. If you want something softer, a lower temperature is probably appropriate?
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