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Tag Archives: starter
In our office we have three different kinds of sourdough bakers. We have an expert baker, we have an average baker and we have a… » read more
It has been raining for the last couple of nights here in Idaho. Makes you want to kick back and relax with some comfort food. … » read more
These were easy to make and had an amazing taste.
Here is the recipe for you.
Sourdough Crackers (from I’m Naturally Simple)
1 Cup Sourdough… » read more
One of our employees, Margie, tried out our sourdough to make cinnamon rolls. They looked fantastic. We are now trying to convince her that she … » read more
RED, WHITE, AND BLUE BREAD!!!!
If you are so fortunate as to have them, fresh blueberries or huckleberries are even better here than… » read more
Here is another recipe for you. Sounds like a great one for summer!!! Please try it and let me know what you think.
MALT BEER… » read more
Summer is here!!! The flowers are blooming so what a better way to celebrate summer than with a sourdough bread. We have a great recipe… » read more
The Saudis have completely transformed their country in the last fifty years from a collection of villages to a country of modern cities equal to … » read more
Bahrain is thought by many to be the ancient Garden of Eden. Since antiquity it has been the place where East meets West. It is … » read more
The bakery where this culture was found dated straight back to antiquity and was in the shadow of the pyramids. This is probably the culture … » read more
This culture is from one of the oldest ethnic bakeries in Egypt. It was found in Hurghada of the shore of the Red Sea when … » read more
This culture is hard to describe, as the wonderful and distinctive flavor and aroma it imparts are truly “indescribable”. It rises well.
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When we were in Saudi Arabia this culture was given to us by a former medical school classmate who was there at the same time. … » read more
This culture is from the old section of Innsbruck. The bakery carries a sign over the over the entrance proclaiming 1795 as the year the … » read more
The French sourdough is from a small bakery on the outskirts of Paris that has been in business for over 150 years. The starter rises … » read more
We received this culture from Russian-born Tanya Bevin who contacted us because she was in culture shock from our commercial breads and was looking for … » read more
This culture was collected by Gray Handcock in Kenilworth, a suburb of CapeTown, South Africa. He told me he always uses pure whole wheat with … » read more
Excellent for the beginner
In 2003 we acquired one of these cultures from Kristeva Dowling (now in Canada). It is one of the easiest and … » read more