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Tag Archives: sourdough

  • The Benefits of Sourdough

    At Fermentools, we take our sourdough seriously. That is why we have posts on safe starters, how to make your own starter, and many recipes. This one will cover the benefits of eating sourdough bread.
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  • A Tasty Sourdough Bannock Bread Recipe

    To me, the fall season is not complete without some sort of fire. Good conversation, flannel, toasty-warm drinks contrasting with a cold snap in the air, and a crackling orange glow over it all? What could be better? Certainly, this mouth-watering pumpkin spice sourdough bannock bread would make it a bonfire to remember.
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  • How to Make Fail-Proof Sourdough Pie Crust

    I don't do rolling pins. In fact, I don't bake much at all, except bread and the occasional brownie. But for all you pie lovers out there, here's a great fail-proof sourdough pie crust. Combine it with some fermented fruit, and you have a healthy, probiotic-rich dessert.
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  • How to Make Traditional Ethiopian Injera Flatbread

    A friend of my daughter's introduced me to Ehtiopian fare. At first, I was a little doubtful. Then, I was hooked. Whenever this gal came to visit, I had to have her cook. Imagine my surprise to see Ashley's recipe for traditional Ethiopian injera. Whether you want to eat gluten-free, or just long for that spice of far-away lands, this recipe is sure to please.
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  • Plain 'Ole, Basic Sourdough Bread

    While I appreciate fancy food on occasion, I don't consider myself a foodie. Just give me plain 'ol eating, and I'm happy. That's what this recipe for sourdough bread is. Just plain and simple. Enjoy!
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  • Cheesy Whole-Wheat Sourdough Bread

    Nothing beats warm sourdough bread, fresh from the oven, with a slab of cheddar. So, imagine my delight to see Chris' recipe here that combines the best of both worlds, warm bread and cheese. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
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  • A Sourdough Kefir Waffle Recipe

    I never had waffles as a child. In fact, I never fed them to my kids until the oldest was a teen. It just never occured to me the need to buy a waffle iron until we stayed in a hotel on vacation. After that, my kids were excited to open a waffle iron on Christmas. Now, I'm excited to try Michelle's Sourdough Kefir Waffle recipe, you can never have too many variations when it comes to waffles.
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  • Sourdough English Muffins

    Our family loves English muffins. We use them to make breakfast sandwiches (with our own free-ranged eggs) or for a treat with jam during afternoon tea. If you want to learn the skill of sourdough English muffins, Ashley gives step-by-step instructions in this post.
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  • What is the difference between soaked, sprouted, and sour grains?

    Personally, I still eat bread. Although I'm not a big consumer of it, I love a loaf of fresh bread, warm from the oven, with a slab of cheddar on top. If, after all the anti-grain talk that goes around, you still want to consume grains, this post will help you to understand the difference between soaked, sprouted, and sour grains.
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  • How to Make Sourdough Naan

    Have you ever tasted the samples at Costco? Most of the times, I have great resolve. But occasionally, I'm lured in to purchase something not on my list. Such was the case with the naan. After trying it, we were hooked. But, as Michelle brings out in this post, it was not the healthiest option. I cannot wait to try her recipe for whole wheat, sourdough naan with yogurt. It has to be even better than the Costco variety.
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