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10,000 Followers Celebration!

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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 breads and discounts for those who wish to get into my Udemy courses or purchase my sourdough book.

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Biggest Discount Ever for book, “Discovering Sourdough”… Time’s Running Out…

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Okay, just like I promised you. For today, March 21 through midnight March 23, my book, “Discovering Sourdough,” all four volumes (almost 400 pages), will be on sale for 9.99.
That is the lowest amount it has ever been sold for since publication. On Etsy you make one payment and get all four books as a pdf download.

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The regular price is 23.95. If Amazon catches me, I have to stop the sale, as they don’t like to be undersold and I have it on Amazon. My books are available as four pdf downloads from:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PixieBakery

If you purchase and leave a review, email me at ([email protected]) and I will send you a free copy (value 4.00) of my 40 Hour Sourdough formula.

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“Discovering Sourdough” launched for Kindle – Contest

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The winners for this contest are Susan, Tom Chism and Jim Berg. Check your post below for directions. The book review winner is Mark who posted “A happy sourdough baker” on the Amazon book reviews. Congratulations to the winners. Be sure to let me know which file format you desire and send an email to : [email protected] so I have your email address. I usually have to send the files in two or more emails.

Yesterday my book, “Discovering Sourdough” was launched on Amazon as a Kindle version. See here: Discovering Sourdough

 

So I have decided to have a giveaway contest.

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Getting the Sour in Sourdough – Salt Fermentation

In many parts of the world, a very sour sourdough is considered a fault in the bread baking. However, here in the USA, it is usually considered a virtue.  At the sourdough forum, we are having fun with a new board set up just for experimenting with “getting the sour” in sourdough. Anyone can join, you just have to ask for a password. The password will be removed when my book, “Discovering Sourdough” is posted. That is because the formula is part of the book, kind of like a preview.Continue reading