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Calculator for water temperature in bread-making

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Last modified on: December 4th 2018



The temperature of the water, called "eau de coulage" in French ("process water"), is very important in a bakery recipe. It is calculated from:

1. Basic temperature of your recipe, which is between: and °C
2. The temperature of your flour: °C or °F
3. The room temperature in your kitchen: °C ou °F

To calculate in °C or °F the water temperature, enter the values, then click on: or

basic temperature calculator

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