It’s the great dilemma, isn’t it? Healthy food can be far more expensive than less healthy options. But for whatever reason, we want to save money and eat healthy. The two can seem likely completely conflicting goals at times. It is possible to figure out how to eat healthy and be frugal.
Sometimes life happens, and a sourdough starter gets a little…neglected. If it hasn’t been totally abandoned, there’s probably still some life in there, and it can be brought back.
If you haven’t bought seeds yet, the time to do so is coming soon. I’ll be ordering mine by next week. It’s exciting, but it can also be confusing. So many varieties, so many options! So how do you decide what to plant in your garden?
If you’re going to bake sourdough, you need to keep your starter fed. Yeast is active and alive, and the wild yeast in your starter needs to eat to stay so. It’s a simple process.
My aunt passed an amazing sourdough bread recipe to me over Christmastime. It’s good for everything from sandwiches to dip, with just the right amount of tang to enjoy it without being overwhelmed.
Winter doesn’t have to stop everything in the garden. Now is the time to dream, to plan, to set goals. Now is the time to sit in the window surveying your garden with a hot drink in your hands.