My Baking Tools
You really don't need much to make good bread, but there are certainly quite a few helpful things that can help you bake good bread at home.
You can always start on the Bakeware page on Amazon.
Below are the items I use to bake bread, pizza, and more at home.
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It is useful to have a variety of different containers to store your flour in and also to let your dough ferment. I use either cambro style containers or tubs for my dough. In addition, I use tupperware to build and maintain my sourdough starters and levains.
I will typically proof my rustic doughs in either a couche, banneton, or directly on a cutting board. My enriched doughs are usually proofed in a baking tin.
I usually use a few different types of flour at home, but primarily I keep a good All Purpose, Bread Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, and Sprouted Whole Wheat Flour. With these, you can make various combinations and unique flavor profiles.