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Very nice and thorough instructableYou write about the possibility of prolonging the fermentation time by lowering the temperature, with the added benefit of a better taste. I prolong the fermentation time, by substantially lowering the amount of yeast. This works like a charm.Compared to the 12g yeast in your receipe, i use some 1-2g. Even for a fast fermentation, 12g seems high. (on my active dry yeast packs, it reads 7g for 500g flour)I also like a little more salt, but that's my personal preference.(3%)Before i realized, that a long fermentation is essential for a outstanding bread, i baked "so so" bread for over ten years. It was a real revelation.Maybe you want to look into: http://www.instructables.com/id/My-ultimate-bread-learn-the-secrets-of-slow-bak/
Looks deliciousI baked Naan bread before. Most recipes i've seen include Joghurt, and some of them also Ghee. I used Joghurt and browned Butter and it was delicious.Keep on baking
Very nice build.
Nice ideaI was thinking to use a old dishwasher as a smoker, but then i found a smoker for 30$ on a auction plattform and put it beside my pizza oven. Next year, my pizza oven has its 10th anniversary... This calls for a decent party.
I own a couple of these power banks and ordered some for friends too. I never have heard complaints.If it's the original from mi.com, it delivers something around 10400mAh(+-20%). I didn't measure it, but i can charge my phone at least 3-4 times. The little USB-fan i have runs 24 hours on it. I imagine, that they use decent cells.The build quality of the original is very good, but it's also sold for around 20$ and not 2$. Here we have the factor 10 again...
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