I was excited to get back to baking with the end of Passover. After putting all of the Passover stuff away, I found my starter that has been dormant for th... read more →
Welcome to SourDom's beginners blog, the tutorials are:Read more read more →
In the midst of making a bread and the digital scale dies on me. Some observations on that addiction and rules to heed when making bread. read more →
I have been to a few India Restaurants over the years and one of my favorite parts of the meal has b... read more →
Ciabatta a'lancienne (to mix languages somewhat) based on Peter Reinhart's a l'ancienne recipe.The D... read more →
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The last few weeks I have been experimenting with hot cross buns. I was inspired by Mick's recipe fr... read more →
I have had a starter which i've been using regularly, quite successfully for about 4 years. recently however its started to really lose its ... read more →
I was making dough according to the 5-minute artisan bread book with white flour and then got some wheat berries and started using that. The recipe called ... read more →
In response to a request, here is the recipe that I have used to make crumpets.This quantity makes a... read more →
Shalom, my third try with sourdough came out fantastic! After using the starter that led to this matrvel, I added a mixture of water and ry... read more →
Hi! I've started making sourdough bread last year (in April if I remember well). My first attemp... read more →
A large deep dish pizza made in a cast iron frying pan.The Dough
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I am a newbie here and I want to share my experience with quinoa flour. Recently I saw quinoa flour ... read more →
No sourdough here but at least they have "bread" in the name! I make lots of these ev... read more →
You must have some green chili stew with your sourdough bread! Read more read more →
This is my second sourdough bread, thanks for sourdough.com, giallozafferano and Luis Felipe Moraes.... read more →
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A work in progress. Shooting for a soft, fluffy bread. read more →
A good all around dough for french loaves, baguettes, and pretzels. read more →
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