1. The ten second knead method for making bread. Here, I demonstrate the first stage - mixing the poolish with the rest of the ingredients and mix until a "shaggy mess" is achieved.

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  2. In this almost no knead technique, you pull the dough ten times then leave it to rest for ten minutes before repeating a total of four times. It will be tight, uneven and lumpy in texture to begin with but by the end, it will be soft, elastic, very stretchy and smooth.

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  3. In this almost no knead technique, you pull the dough ten times then leave it to rest for ten minutes before repeating a total of four times. It will be tight, uneven and lumpy in texture to begin with but by the end, it will be soft, elastic, very stretchy and smooth.

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  4. In this almost no knead technique, you pull the dough ten times then leave it to rest for ten minutes before repeating a total of four times. It will be tight, uneven and lumpy in texture to begin with but by the end, it will be soft, elastic, very stretchy and smooth.

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