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Old 03-05-2012, 04:30 PM   #11
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Umm..

\ -/ would be how I do it.. If I understand this fancy nomenclature correctly...

I am right handed and my hand is outside the bread pan... if that helps.

I always put the seam down once I roll the loaf.
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So \-/ would be the side view/cross section .. ok
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So \-/ would be the side view/cross section .. ok

I pictured this as the view from an end of the loaf. The \ and the / being the angle you hold the knife blade as you slice down the length of the loaf.
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Old 03-05-2012, 11:33 PM   #14
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I pictured this as the view from an end of the loaf. The \ and the / being the angle you hold the knife blade as you slice down the length of the loaf.
That's it...



About 4:19 he slashes.
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yep yep .. it's what I pictured too

kinda like this
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yep yep .. it's what I pictured too

kinda like this

Now that is the way to do it.. and yes, like that.
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