If you've ever tried Japanese breads you'll know they have a certain fluffyness - they're usually much wetter than European breads but do come with a certain fluff.
This is down to the way the bread is prepared before proofing and baking and with a few simple steps you can make your bread just as fluffy.
Cuppa Heaven over at Eighty Percent Homemade has created a beautiful guide on how to shape japanese bread and what techniques to employ to make your bread rise like a pro.
The guide is really easy to follow thanks to the detailed pictures and it's a technique that promises to improve home baking results. We hope you enjoy today's Best of the Blogs.