Archive of ‘sourdough’ category

~Sourdough Dinner Bread~

| In the Kitchen, recipes, sourdough

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Today I’m sharing the recipe for a sourdough bread that we will be using for a dinner bread. This bread has great dipping qualities for sauces and soups and the mild sourness makes a nice compliment to a savory winter meal. In the summer, I’m certain that it will be the carrier for my tomato […] Read more…


~Sourdough Starter~

| In the Kitchen, recipes, sourdough

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I think that capturing my own wild yeast out of the air is one of the most empowering, “self-sufficinent” things I’ve been able to do! It is incredibly satisfying providing my family with their daily bread without being dependent on supermarkets to provide the leavening agent! I’ll be sharing some sourdough recipes here over the […] Read more…


~Sourdough Success~

| In the Kitchen, sourdough

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Perhaps you’ve noticed that I never posted the new thing I attempted to learn in October, to cable knit a sweater. Perhaps not. I’m still plugging away on that one, but didn’t want to get behind so I pursued the new skill I set out to learn in November regardless- to bake a beautiful loaf […] Read more…

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~I Did It! I Did It!~

| food preservation, In the Kitchen, sourdough


That’s what Ben says when he accomplishes something really big.Like using a fork. Or giving his baby sister her binky. That’s what I say when I take a bit of flour, mix it with a bit if water, and let it get stinky for a week. Throw in some additional ingredients and bake bread. The accomplishment was […] Read more…

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~Preserving The Bounty~

| food preservation, Girls in the Kitchen, In the Kitchen, kitchen disasters, sourdough


I’m participating in a challenge called Preserve The Bounty hosted by Nourished Kitchen. It seemed appropriate and like a really great starting point for me to kick my scratch-cooking up a notch by delving into the realm of “real foods” to do the preserving I’m undertaking anyway more traditionally. Like it was done back in the day […] Read more…

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