I’m excited to answer a few more of your sourdough questions today! In this post, I’ll be focused more on the baking process. If you have starter questions, be sure to go back and check out part one. Planning ahead for baking I have heard from a lot of people that planning ahead for bakingContinue reading “Sourdough FAQs: part two”
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Sourdough FAQs part one: the starter
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times: Sourdough. Is. Simple. Just flour, water, salt, and the yeast that naturally occurs in and around your kitchen. That’s literally all there is to it. And yet, “simple” does not necessarily mean easy. Or straightforward. Or that you’ll get it right on the firstContinue reading “Sourdough FAQs part one: the starter”
Complete Guide to Cast Iron: how to cook with, clean, and maintain cast iron cookware
I am a relatively new cast iron convert. It happened a few years back when I was about to replace yet another cheap non-stick skillet. We were cooking in this flimsy pan every single day, and after a few months it would inevitably get scratched or the food would start sticking terribly. I started toContinue reading “Complete Guide to Cast Iron: how to cook with, clean, and maintain cast iron cookware”
What can I do with leftover sourdough bread?
When you’ve put in the time and effort required to make a loaf of sourdough, you won’t be too quick to throw it away once it’s gone stale. Ideally, you will have consumed the majority of the bread while it was fresh, within the first day or two of baking. But this isn’t always possible.Continue reading “What can I do with leftover sourdough bread?”
Did I kill my sourdough starter??
Chances are, the answer is no. Unless you’ve poured it down the drain or thrown it in the trash, it (very likely) is not too far gone. Sourdough starters are way more resilient than we give them credit for. You could leave your little jar of starter in the back of your fridge for months,Continue reading “Did I kill my sourdough starter??”
Basic Sourdough Bread
I want to let you in on a little secret. Sourdough bread is simple. Dead simple. It is literally just flour, water, and salt. So why can it feel so overwhelming?? The thing is, there are a million different ways to make sourdough. Truly. And that is where so many of us get hung up.Continue reading “Basic Sourdough Bread”
How to make your own sourdough starter
Most of us have that one friend who makes sourdough who would be oh so happy to share a smidgen of starter with us. I am *absoultely* your gal if we’re friends in real life. But maybe you live far away from this sourdough-obsessed friend, or you think you’ve killed your starter one too manyContinue reading “How to make your own sourdough starter”
Everything you need to get started making sourdough
As I like to say, sourdough IS simple. All you really need is flour, water, salt, wild yeast, and heat. But there are a few tools that can help you out along the way. If you are wanting to get started making sourdough, you are in the right place. Gather your tools and get readyContinue reading “Everything you need to get started making sourdough”