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sourdough

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    Weekly Loaf

    Grams & Percentages 500 g flour (500 g bread) 398 g water (79.6% hydration) 118 g levain (23.5% inoculation) 8 g salt (1.6%)   Timeline 9:00 am — fed starter 4:30 pm — start…

    15 October 2020
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    Weekly Loaf

    Grams & Percentages 500 g flour (260 g bread, 200 g WW, 50 g spelt) 390 g water (78% hydration) 110 g levain (22% inoculation) 10 g salt (2%)   Timeline 12:50 pm —…

    15 August 2020
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    Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls

    Is there ever a wrong time for a cinnamon bun? I grew up having them almost every weekend when my dad would get a Saturday morning craving, drive to Safeway, and come home with…

    10 June 2020
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    Weekly Loaf

    Grams & Percentages 500 g bread flour 400 g water (80% hydration) 118 g levain (23.6% inoculation) 8 g salt (1.6%)   Timeline 7:00 am — fed starter 11:50 am — start autolyse 1:00…

    26 April 2020
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    A Perfectly Simple Country White Loaf

    As a sourdough enthusiast and avid bread baker, I have absolutely adored seeing the bread boom of the past month. King Arthur Flour (my go-to) reported sending more flour in three weeks of March…

    16 April 2020
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    Bread Baking: Terms & Techniques

    Getting into bread baking more and more involved learning a lot of gargon and (unsurprisingly) a lot of French. I found the more that I write about baking, bread, sourdough, etc I end up…

    15 April 2020
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    Sourdough (Discard) Flakey Biscuits

    You’ll notice in the photos that there are five biscuits, while this recipe makes six. That is because I am someone who lacks the self-control to wait until after photos to snack and, frankly,…

    14 April 2020
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    Weekly Loaf

      Grams & Percentages 500 g flour (275 g bread, 175 g WW, 50 g spelt) 400 g water (80% hydration) 100 g levain (20% inoculation) 10 g salt (2%)   Timeline 7:30 am…

    11 April 2020
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    On Why: Sourdough Starter Issues & FAQs

      Several weeks ago I posted this article, to better familiarize you all with starters and *hopefully* show that creating and owning a starter is fun, rewarding, and not nearly as difficult as it…

    9 April 2020