I’ve been having fun with some higher hydration loaves. This particular formula is easy because it uses up a lot of your sourdough starter and the high inoculation rate of starter in the dough is like a built in autolyse. After all, what did you think the sourdough starter was doing while you slept? Autolysing […]
Posts tagged Sourdough
Wow, just on the heels of our 10k celebration! I’ve worked hard for several months putting this new course together and I’ve had a lot of fun! This course is different than the others as it uses baking powder and baking soda along with sourdough to make old timey treats like cornbread, scones, biscuits, etc […]
My Facebook group, Perfect Sourdough has hit a milestone today! 10,000 followers! To celebrate, I am offering my sourdough baking courses for the lowest price ever at 9.00 each until Nov 1st 2015 or until the coupons run out. Join us at Perfect Sourdough We are celebrating all week with postings of our lovely sourdough […]
Hi everyone, today is the day! I’ve worked around the clock ( well maybe just long hours!) to bring you a new sourdough baking course. It’s called, “Sourdough Bread Baking 101.” Normally it is a 29.00 dollar course but until further notice you can join at a discount. Click here for a discount coupon code for […]
Accomplished baker, Vanessa Kimbell wrote a great post on “Sourdough and Digestibility.” I was very interested to read her post because I have people frequently asking me this very same question. In my own family I did some experimentation (with willing, no actually demanding subjects) with the digestibility issue. .
For two months I’ve been working on my Udemy online bread baking course. It’s called,“BAKE REAL ARTISAN SOURDOUGH BREAD Like a Professional” I think you’ll really like it. If you click HERE you can see the landing page and get more information. The link will also automatically give you a discount to the class. Once you […]