Must be a gas thing, I also took a Fortran class.
Thanks Bob, words like that help.
I’m 99% sure that the carbonized bread insulation will fail and here is the start of the failure.
I’ll post the first recipe later. Put the dough in the bottom of the ACFC and tried to bake just below 400F. Hit 640F at first but started to understand the oven later in the bake. I will loose access to this oven soon and will need to build some kind of curing oven, assuming the experiments continue. Any oven builders out there? After 30 minutes it was removed. Needs more baking, will return later. It would be nice to weigh the dry ingredients before adding water. Next time. A weight on top of the dough might be helpful. Have not formulated a carbonize plan as of yet. As the bread dries it seem to shrink away from the pail wall.
Closer view of the dough:
Bottom view of the bread in the oxidation zone:
Top view of the bread:
Interesting material to work with. Don’t mind the heat marks on the pail, that was me with a torch trying to burn off the labels and probing the pail coating.
Solar-Fuel, onward !