Bloom Bread Making System by Max Phillips

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“Drawing inspiration from the Japanese tea ceremony, ‘Bloom’ explores the art of domestic bread making as a living process. It embraces the performance of bread making by emphasizing the temporal and physical kitchen ceremonies involved in baking. ‘Bloom’ celebrates these subtle processes and recovers the lost rituals of our daily bread.” max-phillips.co.uk

bloom: pre-ferment dome
bloom: mixing board
bloom: terracotta oven stone
bloom: rising container
bloom: digital probe

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bloom: pre-ferment dome

The POCHA POCHA pre-ferment dome: a member of the BLOOM family – recovering the lost rituals of our daily bread.

CO2 produced by the pre-ferment filters up to nourish herbs in the above dome. The POCHA POCHA pre-ferment dome celebrates the subtle symbiotic relationship between living foods – feeding, watering and growing our daily bread

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bloom: mixing board

The POCHA POCHA mixing board: a member of the BLOOM family – recovering the lost rituals of our daily bread.

Mixing, kneading, cooling and cutting are all made possible in this simple yet functional mixing board. The POCHA POCHA mixing board is the foundation of the baking life cycle – the beginning and the end of our daily bread making process.

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bloom: rising container

The POCHA POCHA rising container: a member of the BLOOM family – recovering the lost rituals of our daily bread.

The perfect sized vessel for bread to rise in. The non-stick silicone lid and glass base encourage you to notate the evolution of your baking skills. The POCHA POCHA rising container highlights the complex relationship between the environmental, physical and temporal aspects of baking our daily bread.

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bloom: terracotta oven stone

The POCHA POCHA oven stone: a member of the BLOOM family – recovering the lost rituals of our daily bread.

Both porous and heat retaining, terracotta is the ideal material for baking bread. The POCHA POCHA oven stone provides the perfect alter to celebrate the baking of bread as the ultimate stage in the fermenting process, making that final oven spring possible. Give us our daily bread.

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bloom: digital probe

The POCHA POCHA magnetic digital probe:
a member of the BLOOM family – recovering the lost rituals of our daily bread.

The simple design, ‘no switch’ activation and elegant storage establish it as a kitchen necessity. It highlights environment and ingredient temperatures to be a vital factor in the art of baking.

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