Category Archives for "Sourdough Baking"

Christmas Giveaway 2016

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Edited to name winners: 

Dianna 
dallidallibakery – Brod and Taylor proofer

Lindsay Leong – Mockmill

Vanya Dineva – Lame by Zatoba

Arie
[email protected]***shine.com – Fibrament Baking Stone

David
dav*[email protected] – KD8000 Baker’s Scale

Winners please contact me at [email protected] by Dec 31st to claim your prize and give me your address so the sponsors can mail your prize to you. 


Hello Everyone! I know you’re as excited as I am about giveaways. Today we are starting a Christmas Giveaway, it will end on Dec 12th so there will be enough time for the prizes to be mailed out to the winners in time for Christmas/Hanukkah/Festivities.

This year we have a wonderful line up of prizes from Brod and Taylor, MockMill, Zatoba, Baking Stone Co and Northwest Sourdough. Several of the companies will also being doing special discounts on their products just for you, so you can purchase some early gifts for your loved ones. Continue reading

Bake Artisan Sourdough Bread Like a Professional

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Hello my baking friends, this is the second week as I feature each one of my sourdough baking courses with a special discount coupon. This week I am featuring my second course, “Bake Artisan Sourdough Bread Like a Professional.” This was actually the first course I published, I later went back and made an introductory course for beginners called “Sourdough Bread Baking 101,” but the professional course was my first one and it is still the most popular one. As time went by and I published more courses, eight in all, I became better at video taping and editing, but even so, this course remains the most sought after. Continue reading

Quest for Sourdough Workshop – Pt 1- Library

The Quest for Sourdough

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What a wonderful two days spent in St. Vith Belgium at the Puratos Center for Bread Flavour! A year ago Karl De Smedt asked me if I would like to visit the sourdough library in Belgium. I answered that I would love to visit someday. His reply was intriguing, “Well, we’ll have to see if we can make that happen.”

He made it happen.Continue reading

Buried Bread – A Sourdough Experiment

Buried Sourdough Bread

Buried Sourdough Bread

Many years ago, when I was working with and experimenting with Desem, I would bury the Desem dough ball in the bag of flour and then later dig it out and see that it had cracked open with the fermentation going on inside. I remember thinking about how nice the skin on the dough ball was. When it was buried in the flour,Continue reading

Scoring a Sunflower Loaf

Sunflower Bread

Sunflower Bread

Hi everyone! We are having a challenge in our group on Facebook called, “Perfect Sourdough.” The challenge is to score a loaf to look like a sunflower, some 3d scoring fun. So I made up a variation of the Alaska Sourdough bread and had a super lot of fun scoring the loaves. Here is how I did it:Continue reading

Sourdough Bread Baking Experiments – Course Launch Today!

Bake Sourdough Breads!

Bake Sourdough Breads!

NEW course Launch!

Join my new sourdough baking course here: Sourdough Bread Baking Experiments

Today is launch day for my new course, “Sourdough Bread Baking Experiments.” I had a lot of fun making this course but it took me a long time to get it finished. Thank you for being so patient!

In this course, I boiled bread, worked with low inoculation, double hydrations, motherdough, overnight ferments, super high hydration (Cristal Bread) and other fun experimental methods. I also played around with some heritage grains, Spelt and Teff. There is even a failed experiment with double hydration!Continue reading

Countdown to NEW Sourdough Baking Course Launch!

Cristal Bread

Cristal Bread

I wanted to launch my new online course, “Sourdough Bread Baking Experiments,” this coming weekend, the last weekend of June. However, I am flying to the “Udemy Live,” convention where I have been asked to be a speaker. So instead I will shorten the launchContinue reading