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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Sourdough Adventures

This is my bowl of sourdough starter. My timing was impeccable, as I started this about a day before Noah was born. Consequently it got a difficult start, and wasn't rising as it should. I added some rye flour, and the thing just exploded! This morning we enjoyed sourdough pancakes. I poured the batter in a cast iron frying pan and baked it for 15 minutes. Delicious! Note to self: make a double batch next time.

This evening we enjoyed a sourdough spice cake. If this is sourdough, count me in!

I have messed with sourdough before, but sourdough bread doesn't excite me, and sourdough biscuits only seem to fit in a Sukkah setting. So when I found the ebook about sourdough at culturesforhealth.com, I was pleasantly surprised. They have recipes for everything from tortillas to cookies, along with bread, of course. Check out the link in the sidebar, and discover all kinds of wonderful things. :)

1 comment:

Andi said...

We love and use a ton of sourdough! I also love Cultures for Health...and can't wait to more. But I think my favorite is sour dough crepes!

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