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Sourdough Johnny Cakes

Makes approximately 14-16 johnny cakes Quick easy breakfast here! I use this recipe when I have a generous amount of sourdough discard to use up. The baking soda makes this into a slightly fluffier johnny cake than is traditional but it’s necessary to counteract old starter flavor. The baking soda ratio is assuming your discard […]

Best Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Cookies – EASY!

Makes 12 cookies Here is a fun October dessert for you. These cookies are unlike other pumpkin spice cookies in that they are chewy instead of cake-y. It’s tough to get that to happen since pumpkin puree brings a lot of moisture to the cookies. This recipe skips the egg in favor of the pumpkin […]

Naturally Leavened Bomboloni (Doughnuts)

Recipe By Maurizio Leo     (with permission) “Naturally leavened bomboloni are essentially sourdough doughnuts (with no sourness). They’re also known as berliner, krapfen, ballen, pączki, donut, and many more names all over the world. It seems everyone at some point figured out that frying enriched dough was incredibly delicious. I’m sure glad they did. These bomboloni […]

Better Baking Bakers

In this last week of May, when people are transitioning from spring to summer barbecues and picnics, take a moment to check into a new baking course. The following courses are all on sale for $10.99 until the end of May. Most of the courses have not one, but many types of bread formulas. Click […]

Why Use Freshly Ground Flour?

Article by Mark Gunderman – All rights reserved worldwide 2019 (In our Facebook group, Perfect Sourdough, Mark Gunderman answered the question: “Why purchase a home mill? What are the benefits?” I liked his answer and he kindly gave permission to share it with you here: ) – Teresa L Greenway “Why fresh flours”? I would […]

San Francisco Style Bread Course and Private Group

The San Francisco Baking Course and Private group have really taken off. We are having a lot of fun experimenting and sharing our San Francisco style loaves as we learn to promote the “sour” in sourdough baking. The course is available at discount here: Bake San Francisco Style Sourdough Bread. You will find a link […]

Temperature and Timing San Francisco Sourdough

In my online course “Bake San Francisco Style Sour Sourdough Bread” a student was struggling with over-fermenting the dough because they used their oven as a proofer to keep the dough warm. I usually use my Brod and Taylor proofer because it really helps me dial in the right temperature. However, I decided to use […]

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