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Tartine Bread wild yeast (sourdough)

wild yeast (aka sourdough) bread, buns, bagels, biscuits, waffles, onion rings, etc. etc.

It takes just 5 days to create a wild-yeast starter.... Once you've compared the taste of bread made with wild yeast to that of bread made with commercial yeast, you may well never buy commercial yeast again (how to convert bread recipe calling for commercial yeast to make it with wild yeast).

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Define “Savoury”…. (BBB November 2019)

Saturday, November 16th, 2019

summary: it’s too early for snow; recipe for Wild Savoury Danish Crown; making substitutions; reading difficulties; almost late… again; information about Bread Baking Babes; The Sky is Falling! The Sky is Falling! Bread Baking Babes (BBB): Sourdough Danish Crown Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it’s getting! I was determined not to be late […] Continue reading »

Things that go bump in the night

Thursday, October 31st, 2019

summary: Again?? …but we don’t want flatbread; sourdough fail; Oh boy! Squirrel Food! cue sound effects Bwa-ha-ha-haa!!   We kept thinking about the fact that feeding our Jane Mason 100% whole wheat starter with unbleached all-purpose “no additives” flour should really have worked. The following should never have occurred.     I took the usual […] Continue reading »

Still Wildly Baking… Tartine Bread, revisited

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

summary: recipe for Tartine Bread recipe, revisited; our Jane Mason starter is over 2 years old and still going strong; Sourdough September; It’s true that I am a repeat offender of saccharomycicide (2008, 2012). But I am proof (no pun intended) that rehabilitation works! It has now been more than two years that we have […] Continue reading »

Wild Pull-apart Bread (BBB September 2019)

Monday, September 16th, 2019

summary: Nailed it! …do as I say, not as I did; recipe for Wild Pull-apart Bread; or is it called ‘share and tear’? …a Bread Baking Babes (BBB) project; bookmarked recipe; Sourdough September; Bread Baking Babes’ Wild Pull-apart Bread, September 2019 …pull-apart bread. I can eat this all day! – Monica Khoo, FB Sourdough Bread […] Continue reading »

If at first you don’t succeed…

Thursday, September 12th, 2019

summary: attempt at making wild bread with only white flour; it turns out that our Jane Mason wild starter is a picky eater, but at least it isn’t insisting on being gluten-free; it’s Sourdough September Baking with sourdough is a life-long journey and every day is exciting, […] and once you make your starter you […] Continue reading »

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