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As the head baker at Runner & Stone in Gowanus, Brooklyn, Peter Endriss has a lot of experience when it comes to making bread.

He created a video that shares the ins and outs of marking various types of breaks and it’s a great watch! It’s perfect for bakers of all levels to hone their baking skills.

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We often struggle to handle making the breads that are shaped differently. Sure, anyone can make the classic breads that we all know and love but what happens when it comes time to handle something a bit more complex? That’s where Peter’s helping hands come into play.

He has formed a partnership with Epicurious and this could not be happening soon enough for our liking. Lots of people have taken to baking as a means to pass the time right now and understandably so. There is something about baking the perfect loaf of bread that allows us to relax a bit.

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Yes, Peter is here to give you some tips that are sure to help you out when you are looking to make more traditional bread and rolls. In addition to teaching us about the simplest breads, Peter wants to make sure that you have all the tools you need to make more advanced styles.

NHave you ever wondered how other people are able to pull off the perfect brioche à tête or pretzels? Peter has got you covered, no worries! He’ll also show you how to make bagels, English muffins, challah, chapeau, the options are endless.

Photo: YouTube/Epicurious

“Grab your rolling pins and dough cutters and come to attention because class is in session! Join Peter Endriss, head baker at Runner & Stone, as he expertly demonstrates how to handle and shape the dough of (almost) every kind of break you can bake,” the description reads.

We are right there with him on this one, our rolling pins and dough cutters are ready! Watch the video below: