I've now been maintaining my sourdough starter for nearly three months. It's going well. After the initial failure to produce edible bread with this starter, I have baked a batch of successful breads
I'm baking again! I'm super excited about it. I started a new sourdough starter shortly after we returned to San Diego, and last week I baked with it for the first time. Unfortunately, it wasn't quite
Now that we've been back in San Diego for a couple of weeks, I thought i would share a few reflections on our epic traveling year. It feels like we gone for a year, though it was really only 9 months.
When you're feeding your sourdough starter twice a day (see over here for more details about that), but you don't have time/freezer space/a family of 10 to bake every day, you end up with quite a lot
Finally, there is a sourdough success to write about! If you don't know why that warrants an exclamation mark, have a look over here. For the past several weeks, I've been nourishing a new starter,
I've been taking a break from sourdough baking recently. It's a skill I so want to master, but I have been getting very limited motivational support from my past attempts at doing so. And being a
Last weekend, a friend of mine and I celebrated our birthdays with a birthday brunch. Both of us cooked things, and then a bunch of people came over to eat them and to hang out. It was pretty great.
Following the success of the sourdough bread from the Bread Feast, I was highly motivated to continue experimenting with sourdough breads. And so I began a more-than-month-long process of producing
As a result of my recent experimentation with sourdough bread baking, I have found myself with excessive amounts of sourdough starter. When you're building and maintaining your starter, you end up
On a Saturday night not long ago, we had a bread feast at our house. Planning a bread feast is always a risky endeavor, at least for me. When I'm experimenting with bread (which is how one ends up