Many questions have been asked and answered about "to + bare infinitive" vs "for + gerund" in the middle of a sentence.
However, when one wants to start explaining something, what is better? For instance:
"Now, let us focus on baking the bread.
- To do this, start by turning the oven on.", or
- For doing this, start by turning the oven on."?
Are there even better expressions? I have not found anything concerning this situation, and I feel that the answers about the same problem but in the middle of a sentence do not apply here.