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I Promise My Sourdough Recipes Taste Better Than This

While reading My Antonia for the Classics Club last month, I came across this lovely passage.  Jim, the book’s narrator is speaking. I remember how horrified we were at the sour, ashy-grey bread she gave her family to eat.  She … Continue reading

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Why Sourdough? Why Soaked? Why Even Bother?

A few weeks ago, my friend Liz left this comment on my “Seven Essential Tools for Baking” post. I answered her briefly in a comment there but promised her that I’d write a fuller response because I think it’s a … Continue reading

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Recipe: Black Pepper Oregano Sourdough Crackers (crackers are easier than you think!)

I’ve been making these crackers for about the last year or so.  They solved our “we don’t want to buy crackers but how do you make them?” dilemma.  It’s been a bit of a process of learning how to roll … Continue reading

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