Mure & Peyrot Boulange Bread Dough Scoring Lame

SKU: UY478 , Part Number: 129.1.436 , Shop more Mure & Peyrot items
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Description

Boulange Scoring Lame

Scoring your baguettes, boules and other artisan breads with a lame (pronounced “LAHM”) helps encourage better rising while proofing. The Mure & Peyrot Boulange lame is lightweight and ergonomically designed for both right and left-handed users.

The Mure & Peyrot 436.1 blade comes standard in the Boulange lame, and replacements are available here. The more durable 536.1 blade is sold separately and can be used in the Boulange as well. Blades are easy to change and are sharp on all four corners, which allows you to use a single blade four times as long before you need to replace the blade. A removable protection cover for the blade is included.

Cook's Illustrated recommends the Mure & Peyrot Buolange lame. They commented on the unique handle saying it was the most secure and comfortable of all the lames they tested.

  • “I’ve tried many lames. This is the best. It locks in really tight so the blade does not pull out with my high hydration bread.”

    – Milton R., CA

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Specs

Manufacturer Part Number 129.1.436
Brand Mure & Peyrot
Length 6.1"
Width 1.1"
Height 1.3"
Color Blue
Blade Material Stainless steel
UPC 3286986900269
Origin Imported

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