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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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Motherdough White Loaves

 
 
 
 

Motherdough White Loaf

Motherdough White Loaf

 

 

I have been working with a Motherdough starter at 70% hydration. A Motherdough starter is any starter that you bring to 70% (or any lower hydration from 50 – 80 %) hydration and keep refrigerated for at least 2 – 3 days until use. I used Northwest Sourdough Starter for this recipe. The long cold fermentation brings a  new dimension to your sourdough baking. The crust of a bread made with Motherdough is usually reddish brown, the crumb is soft and the taste is somewhat mild, although you can use techniques to have a more tangy flavor. The long ferment also helps bring out a blistery crust. If you want to make some Motherdough: Continue reading