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  • Sourdough Lesson

    I have been liking Daniel Leader's recipes lately and here's a picture of some Sourdough Rye loaves I made yesterday.


    Bread Alone, page 128.

    Sort of a bread celebration. We lost power during a storm recently and as luck would have it I was laid up in the hospital. Power was out for two days and my wife tossed everything out of the fridge, including my sourdough starter

    As it turned out, she didn't clean the container, but left the inside with a coating of starter that dried out. Yes, after three weeks I scraped and mixed it with spring water and then later on mixed with some organic stone ground whole wheat flour into it. It came back

    Also made the Pain Au Levain Sun-Dried Tomato and Herb, Pg. 196, along with some Focaccia, pg. 274, too. Of course there was pizza, too
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