Category Archives for "Sourdough"

Crust Treatments for Your Breads and Rolls

Brushing your loaves or rolls with a bit of wash or glaze might seem like an unnecessary hassle, especially when you are looking at whipping an egg and cleaning out a goopy pastry brush. However, almost all yeast breads require some type of crust treatment. Sometimes they simply add a beautiful shine or a lovely […]

Sourdough Baking has Exploded in Popularity!

In the early 2000’s it was rare to find any information on the internet about how to bake real sourdough bread. Now it seems like everyone is interested! When I tried to figure out how to bake real sourdough bread so long ago, I had very little help or resources. There were only a few books […]

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 […]

Sourdough Butter Crumb Banana Bread

Banana bread is just not quite as good, in this baker’s opinion, without the crumbs on top. I find that to be the case for most tea breads and muffins. There is just something about the crumbs that makes people say, “Wow!” In the past, my boys wanted me to make a loaf of  “just […]

Soft Hybrid Buttermilk Dinner Rolls

These rolls are soft and scrumptious. They are also hybrid rolls using both sourdough starter and commercial yeast. They can be started in the morning and ready for dinner that same day. Makes 24 rolls at 61/62 grams each (easier for the mixer to work this amount of dough) (or divide dough amounts in half […]

Brown Sugar Sourdough Waffles with Spicy Brown Sugar Maple Syrup

Time to use up some more of that sourdough discard! These waffles are easy and always come out great! I have made them with fresh sourdough starter and leftover starter that has sat for over a week! If I’m using fresh starter I use a scant 1/4 tsp of baking soda and if I’m using […]

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