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’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.
Did you know that sourdough is better for you than most other kinds of bread–and that you can get your own sourdough starter to make it at home? If you want to or already bake bread at home, sourdough is a must! Check out how to get your own sourdough starter.
One of my favorite things to indulge in is bread. Though I can’t indulge often—because large amounts of gluten simply don’t agree with me—I have found that Sourdough bread is less harsh on my body. Because of the fermented yeasty goodness, sourdough can be a great bread alternative for those with gluten sensitive digestive systems. […]
I don’t know about you, but I love the taste of sourdough. The crisp crust with tangy interior. Yum! I still haven’t managed to master making sourdough breads, but these fabulous recipes certainly have me inspired to try a bit harder. Maybe dealing with starter isn’t as difficult as I thought. It certainly seems worth […]
Learn how to make your own Sourdough Starter using nothing but flour and water. This old-fashioned technique of souring dough is just as important today as it was 100 years ago. Souring dough helps to brake indigestible components in wheat flour- including a large portion of gluten. This same method, however, would work for any […]