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Spelt and Rye Sourdough Loaf

Making friends across the globe has been one of the many pleasures of taking part in Angie’s Fiesta Friday events, friends who inspire me to try out new things – I even went as far as cooking for Elaine of… 908 more words


The best rye sourdough recipe

This recipe is practically foolproof – a 100% rye bread, made with a rye sourdough starter, and baked to a dense, dark, and chewy loaf that tastes delicious. 237 more words


Crusty Country Loaf

I’ve been experimenting with different bread techniques and recipes for at least the last two months. All in order to figure out how to make a rustic style loaf with the perfect chewy crust I love so much. 510 more words


Pugilese - a ciabatta style bread with a sourdough starter

As I mentioned in my previous post, my oven – a long suffering little gas thing – has finally started to give up. The maximum temperature varies, but recently hasn’t topped 200˚C on the middle shelf. 540 more words


Breakfast at MUD, Tooting

Since moving to Tooting a few weeks ago, we’d noticed a queue outside a coffee shop at the weekend whenever we walked past. This place was clearly popular! 427 more words


Chocolate, cranberry & orange sourdough

Chocolate, cranberry & orange sourdough

This sweet sourdough loaf is stuffed with juicy dried cranberries that have soaked in orange juice, and chunks of dark chocolate. 947 more words


Some Of My Favorite Homemade Breads

Working with Sourdough

Sourdough starter begins with a combination of flour and liquid. The proportion and type of flour and liquid can vary dramatically, from a stiff starter made entirely with flour and water to a liquid batter of milk and cornmeal and everything in between.  917 more words

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