Tagged: sourdough

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All About Sourdough

After reading over some of my posts on the subject of sourdough, I realize that I get going talking about the sourdough, and the actual recipe kind of gets lost in there.  So I have pulled out much of the...

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Multigrain Sourdough Bread

This has become my ultimate favourite everyday bread.  It’s especially delicious toasted, with the seeds providing a wonderfully nutty crunch.  I have been making this bread for years, and had to go back to update my recipe to add all...

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Scoring Bread Dough

This is an interesting article by King Arthur Flour about the correct way to score a loaf of bread.  I didn’t know this.  I just made my Rye Whole Wheat Sourdough Bread a couple of days ago, and I scored...

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Rye Whole Wheat Sourdough Bread

This moist and flavourful bread contains warm spices that add a lovely yet subtle aroma and flavour to these loaves. Hearty enough to stand up to liverwurst and onions, or corned beef, but is just as good simply toasted with...

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Basic Sourdough Bread

This is a good, basic recipe for white sourdough bread.  It has the distinctive tangy taste of sourdough, with milk and butter providing a moist crumb and tender crust.  It rises well, and while it is denser than commercial bread, it is...

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Sourdough Belgian Waffles

Belgian waffles originated at The Brussels World Fair Expo ’58, and were introduced in North America in 1962 at the Century 21 Exposition in Seattle. Belgian waffles typically are made with yeast, which makes them crispy on the outside, and...

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Sourdough Starter #2 (Quick)

A quick search of the internet will provide many different recipes for sourdough starter.  Some add vinegar or lemon juice, some add beer, and some use different kinds of flour, all searching for that distinctive flavour that is present in a...

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Sourdough Starter #1

This is the most basic recipe for creating your own sourdough starter.  It relies on natural fermentation to produce the rising action needed to make bread, instead of using commercial yeast.  Some people think that sourdough is easier on your stomach...