Rust const type inference is crazy cool, brings me Haskell vibes.
Today I woke up very early, around 4am and decided to use the levain I was preparing the previous day to make some sourdough bread.
I made two loaves, gave them 5h of fermentation before proofing and 3h of fermentation after proofing. The second loaf received an extra hour of fermentation while the first one was baking.
The first one got very stuck to the proofing basket and while getting it out I messed up the raising a bit. The taste was good, very soft sourness & a bit nutty and excellent crust. But it was appreciable that the crumb was not homogeneous because of the incident by the end of the proofing period.
The second loaf also got a bit stuck, but seems to be going much better. Its still on the oven.
Organic byte shifter by day, console cowboy by night.