Global Rating: 4.93 from 14 reviews.
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|rating||title||date||name||city state/province country|
|A must if you like bread (5/5)||Feb 7, 2012||Grace||No US|
|I own both the round la cloche and the oblong la cloche. They make the most incredible bread. Don't hesitate to buy both. I like the fact that they both fit in the oven together so I can bake two loaves at the same time. Great for having company over as people couldn't stop eating the yummy bread. Again, excellent packaging and fast shipping. Thanks, Eric.|
|Buy it now! (5/5)||May 9, 2011||JJ BEcker||Boston MA US|
Works perfectly, buy it. See how trivial it is to make bread that is better than you can buy.
I'm not kidding! I've been making bread for 30 years, and the crust, crumb etc were always good, but never perfect. Now my lame GE oven is working like a steam oven.
Do NOT delay, buy this thing.
|Buy this! (5/5)||Feb 5, 2012||Linda Westerschulte||Los Angeles CA US|
Outstanding. No need to even season the pan. I immediately tried Cooks Illustrated's Almost No-knead Bread. I always wanted to make this bread in an oblong shape instead of the circle shape of my enameled cast iron Dutch Oven. In the La Cloche baker I got my beautiful long loaf. It rose magnificently (better than in my cast iron pot) and the crust was perfect: toasty brown, shattering deliciously in the mouth, and so much of it! I think this is the best country loaf I've baked in my life, and I've been at it for forty years.
I suppose the way the clay cloche concentrates the heat is the secret. I did not think it was possible to get these results at home. Next: sourdough. I can't wait.
|Does the job (4/5)||May 26, 2014||Connie||Bellingham WA US|
|I purchased this oblong La Cloche to complement my round one after reading that they both fit in the oven at the same time. True and both make fantastic bread!!! My only difficulty with the oblong is transferring dough from an oblong brotform - it wants to fall on the side but I think this is user error, not an intrinsic problem with the clay baker. Truly, bread is elevated when baked in these bakers so do yourself a favor and buy one or two!|
|Excellent baker (5/5)||Jan 30, 2010||John Alexander|
|I make a NK dough and split it in two --half goes into the fridge for later. I use the baker to proof in and put it in the preheated oven cold. I bake a half loaf for 20 minutes covered and 10 uncovered. Wonderful bread.|
|Fantastic (5/5)||Nov 3, 2013||Nancy McCann||Cornelius Or US|
|I purchased from Breadtopia (best price) 6+ months ago and love it. I bake several loafs of sourdough each week. The recipe I use is NOT a KN recipe but a recipe of starter, water, salt and flour. It is kneaded and put into baker to rise and then bake. The loaf is big, beautiful and a crackling crust. Pure perfection!|
|Great Baker (5/5)||Feb 14, 2010||Dean Cole||Lincoln NE US|
|I just recently purchased a "La Cloche Clay Baker - Oblong". It is one of the best purchases I have made online. It has brought joy to my baking.|
|Love it (5/5)||Apr 15, 2013||Stash||Melbourne Vi|
|Just baked my first loaf in the La Cloche - unbelievable. The bread had risen beautifully with a lovely crust. Can't wait to try my T65 French Flour in this.|
|Love my La Cloche (5/5)||Sep 28, 2010||David Daniel||Nampa Id US|
|The La Cloche works great! It makes it really easy to adjust the crispyness of the crust. No clean up required, just brush out any crumbs. It is a lot easier than free forming. You end up with a nice sized loaf for sandwiches.|
|Oblong Baker (5/5)||Sep 22, 2013||Rich Robbin||Lorain Oh US|
I have used all shapes and sizes of vessels to bake my breads... and of course, not as happy as I
was after the first time I used the LaCloche I purchased from Breadtopia. Even got a friend to buy
one. The bread bakes perfectly and looks better than any grocery store bakery bread!
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