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Failure in Bread Baking

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I would like to mention something. I have baking failures. We all do. Those of you who are newbies sometimes get discouraged by seeing other baker’s photos, but all of us, even now, will have failures, we just don’t post them for the world to see. READ MORE »

Motherdough Bread

Motherdough Bread

The following video series is an excerpt from my new online baking course: “Sourdough Bread Baking Experiments.

Motherdough Bread is a sourdough bread not just made from motherdough, but ALL motherdough. See how I made it here: READ MORE »

Sourdough Bread Baking Experiments – Course Launch Today!

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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! READ MORE »

Countdown to NEW Sourdough Baking Course Launch!

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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 launch READ MORE »

Dough Hydration, What Does That Mean?


Dough Hydration

What Does Hydration Mean – in Baking Terms? (This is an excerpt from my Sourdough Bread Baking 101 course)

Teresa L Greenway Northwest Sourdough – all rights reserved worldwide

Hydration, in bread baking terms, means how much water or liquid there is in a given amount of flour, or the ratio of water to flour weight. More water means a higher hydration or wetter dough. Less water means a lower hydration or drier, stiffer dough. Understanding hydration allows a baker to know approximately how wet or dry dough will be. An average lower hydration dough might be around 60% – 64% hydration (an average hydration used in large scale bakeries). Wet high hydration Ciabatta dough might be around 75 %- 85% hydration. READ MORE »

Video Demo – Blendtec Kitchen Grain Mill – Flour Mill

Blendtec Kitchen Grain Mill

Hello Everyone! I purchased a new Blendtec Grain mill. I had one for years but had to let it go when I moved a while back. I’ve missed it ever since. So I bought it and have a demo of how it works right out of the box on Youtube here:  READ MORE »

Last Two Days…

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Teff10 Bread, “Experimenting with Sourdough”

Just a reminder, it’s the last two days, today and tomorrow, April 2 & 3. By Monday morning April 4th, Udemy is completely changing it’s pricing structure and no one will be able to offer any courses for less than 10.00. READ MORE »

Playing Around With Gluten Free Bread Baking

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I have a neighbor who has to eat gluten free so I told him I would play around with the gluten free flour available in the regular grocery stores. I did not use sourdough, I used commercial yeast and had to go buy some at the store. It was a it weird but I wanted to get a good loaf first and then experiment making it with sourdough later. So this is my first test: READ MORE »

Old Fashioned Sourdough Course Launch

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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 There is one skillet bread which uses only sourdough for leavening and it is a challenge loaf! I can’t wait to see your results!

Discount code for course:  “Old Fashioned Sourdough”  <<<< click link for discount

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Review for Brod and Taylor Dough Proofer

Brod and Taylor Proofer

I’ve been working off and on with my Brod and Taylor dough proofer as I put together my courses. I’ve added the new optional second shelf to extend my use of the proofer. I’ve used this proofer since it first came out in  and was actually a beta tester for the company. I jumped right onboard and READ MORE »

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