Extra Tangy Sourdough Bread products

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From neglected...

From neglected starter, a wonderful loaf of bread

…most of the liquid, and fed my starter. It took awhile, but it bounced back just fine. Witness the loaves of bread pictured above. Would this extra-old sourdough make extra-sour bread? No, not on its own. But for those of you who crave a REALLY sour sourdough bread, read on. We've got a secret ingredient…

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Classic Sourdough...

Classic Sourdough Bread

…treeline, enjoy this recipe. We call it Extra-Tangy Sourdough Bread, but that's really a misnomer. Extra-flavorful would be closer to the mark; because there's nothing like the nuanced, complex flavor of sourdough bread made simply with flour, water, salt, starter... and time. [caption id="attachment_59326…

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Maintaining your...

Maintaining your sourdough starter: food, water, and time

…, after all of that - how about baking some sourdough bread? Our Rustic Sourdough Bread is a great place to start. Or for "true" sourdough, without any added yeast, try our Extra-Tangy Sourdough Bread. Read our post on creating your own sourdough starter.

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Sourdough: It's not...

Sourdough: It's not just for crusty artisan breads.

…(olive oil), this is bread you can feel good about eating. Plus, like any sourdough bread, it stays fresher longer: breads higher in acid retain moisture better than less acidic loaves. Make this loaf one of your breadbox regulars – and be ready to enjoy some of your best sourdough toast and sandwiches…

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Baguettes - Take a...

Baguettes - Take a walk on the wild (yeast) side.

bread using just sourdough every now and then; our Extra-Tangy Sourdough is such a loaf, if you'd like to experiment. It takes about 24 hours to make, start to finish; but it's well worth it, if you're a true sourdough aficionado. The following recipe combines the best of both worlds: sourdough's flavor…

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Save that sourdough!...

Save that sourdough! Turning unfed starter into yummy pizza crust.

…for dinner” problem, for sure. But also the “What to do with that cup of sourdough starter I'm supposed to throw away” issue. Throwing food away? It's anathema to most of us. Stale bread goes into bread pudding or bread crumbs. Crumbled cake, into a trifle or layered dessert. Cold pancakes, if not…

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Sourdough for...

Sourdough for sissies

…loaf, with its extra long, cool rise, was tangy enough to satisfy even the most devout fan of SOURdough bread. You may not think you’re a sourdough fan. You may think it’s too much trouble. But trust me; I’ve made the starter, I’ve fed it and tended it, I’ve made the bread and the cake and…

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