What happens when – somehow – the oven timer doesn’t go off and your sourdough bakes for twice as long as it should? You might be surprised…I was!Continue reading “Sourdough Tales: Overbaked But Not Ruined”
Who doesn’t love a hot, fresh, and easy-to-make biscuit? And I’m not talking about ones that come out of a tube. You can make these biscuits from scratch, no special equipment needed…not even a biscuit cutter! And they’re made with sourdough, so that extra starter you’ve been thinking about pouring off can be put to work instead of wasted. Sound good? Read on!Continue reading “Bake This: “Discard” Starter Sourdough Biscuits”
If you’ve followed us or just taken a look around, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that this blog is replete with posts about fermentation. I ferment things, different things, and often. But I’m not the only fermenter in the family!
Right before we go out to do morning chores, we have a quick snack. Today, it was fresh, thick-sliced homemade sourdough toast with grass fed butter and wildcrafted jelly. There’s nothing like homemade to start the day right!
We recently made a sourdough loaf with half wheat and half barley flour, and it was fantastic. Our next experimental loaf? Buckwheat!
Winter often means fewer eggs, so vegan recipes are especially welcome. Despite the fact that most people think of challah as a very eggy bread, it can be eggless and delicious…thanks to an ingredient that could be considered “waste”!