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Sucastle 2 Pieces Banneton Proofing Bread Basket Sourdough Bakin

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Product description

Color:20x8cm

FEATURES:
1. The product is handmade. It smelled of vines during the initial use. Please maintain ventilation, it will improve after a while.
2. A rattan basket is made of many untreated rattan, so the color will be mixed, please don't mind.
3. After use: Gently shake off any loose flour and let the basket dry for a while. Once dry. Store Banneton in a well-ventilated place.
4. Cloth Liner: The cloth liner is used for the purpose of providing a smooth texture on your homemade bread.

SPECIFICATION
Total length: 13x6cm , 16x6cm , 18x9cm , 20x8cm , 22x8.5cm , 25x8.5cm
Material:banneton
Package Included: 2 * Bread Proofing Basket

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