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  • Authentic San Francisco Sourdough Bread Starter

    Baking delicious homemade bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is starter (starter provides the yeast and the proper beneficial bacteria), flour and water, plus an optional tablespoon of oil or butter (we like Coconut Oil for its health benefits), and a little salt. With this starter, baking bread in your own kitchen couldn't be easier. And, from our starter, you can create a never-ending supply of starter with just a clean jar, some flour and water! We send com

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  • San Francisco Sourdough Starter--Free Help--Plus Free Plastic Dough Divider/Scraper

    Your friends and family will not believe that you made the fabulous artisan bread that you serve them. The wild yeast and the lactobacillus in the genuine San Francisco Sourdough Starter change not only the flavor of your bread, but also the crust and crumb. Your homemade bread will be nothing like bread make with commercial baker's yeast. SourdoughBreads ships the San Francisco Sourdough Starter totally alive--just in a state of hibernation. Waking it up is as simple as it could be--all you have to do is

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  • San Francisco Sourdough Starter--The Genuine Wild Yeast and Lactobacillus from San Francisco--with Replacement Guarantee and a free Plastic Dough Divider/Scraper

    My holiday gift to you--a free Plastic Dough Divider/Scraper with your order. If you want the real sour flavor and aroma of the genuine San Francisco bread, you'll be happy baking with this product. Sourdough bread is made with wild yeast instead of packaged baker's yeast. The San Francisco sour dough starter that you will receive is made up of a tiny amount of flour, the live wild yeast organisms, and another live organism called a lactobacillus, which is what creates the sour flavor in your sourdough

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  • Organic San Francisco Sourdough Starter----with an Unconditional Replacement Guarantee and a Free Plastic Dough Divider/Scraper

    Your friends and family will not believe that you made the fabulous artisan bread that you serve them. The wild yeast and the lactobacillus in the genuine San Francisco Sourdough Starter change not only the flavor of your bread, but also the crust and crumb. Your homemade bread will be nothing like bread make with commercial baker's yeast. SourdoughBreads ships the San Francisco Sourdough Starter totally alive--just in a state of hibernation. Waking it up is as simple as it could be--all you have to do is

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  • Authentic Alaskan Sourdough Bread Starter

    Baking delicious homemade bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is starter (yeast and the proper beneficial bacteria), flour and water, and a little salt. With this starter, baking bread in your own kitchen couldn't be easier. And, from our starter, you can create a never-ending supply of starter with just a clean jar, some flour and water! We send complete instructions on how to reconstitute this dried starter, and how to begin baking your first loaf in just 5 d

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  • The Prepared Pantry Bread Mix, New England Rustic Sourdough, 19 Ounce

    This is an excellent, highly recommended heritage bread.  It's moist but made with a mixture of seven grains.  You'll taste a bit of sourdough tang from starters like the early New Englanders made. Our early settlers didn't have a lot of refined, sifted flours. You'll find a mixture of whole grains to create a very good rustic loaf and yet it's moist and soft and holds together well. It has a split top crust like authentic artisan loaves even from your bread machine. This is a wonderful morning bread, one

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  • Organic Sourdough Starter--The Real One from San Francisco with No-Questions-Asked Replacement Guarantee and a Free Plastic Dough Divider/Scraper

    Your friends and family will not believe that you made the fabulous artisan bread that you serve them. The wild yeast and the lactobacillus in the genuine San Francisco Sourdough Starter change not only the flavor of your bread, but also the crust and crumb. Your homemade bread will be nothing like bread make with commercial baker's yeast. SourdoughBreads ships the San Francisco Sourdough Starter totally alive--just in a state of hibernation. Waking it up is as simple as it could be--all you have to do is

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  • Jewish Sourdough Rye Bread Starter

    Baking delicious homemade Jewish Rye bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is the CORRECT starter (Eastern European or Russian "wild Sourdough" Rye yeast ), Rye flour and water. Most bread bakers have been put off in the past with b aking good, authentic Jewish Rye bread because they tried to do it with regular commercial bread yeast alone. That doesn't work so well, because the starter has to contribute the RIGHT yeast and beneficial bacteria, so you get the COR

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  • French Sourdough Starter - 4 oz.

    Starter used in making those used in making those delicious crusty loaves of French sourdough breads that everyone loves to eat. This starter makes hotcakes light as a feather, and biscuits that melt in your mouth. Directions included.

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  • Authentic San Francisco Sourdough Bread Starter

    Baking delicious homemade bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is starter (yeast and the proper beneficial bacteria), flour and water, plus a tablespoon of oil or butter, a tablespoon of molasses, honey or sugar, and a little salt. With this starter, baking bread in your own kitchen couldn't be easier. And, from our starter, you can create a never-ending supply of starter with just a clean jar, some flour and water! We send complete instructions on how to reconstitute

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  • Authentic French Sourdough Bread Starter From Lyon

    Baking delicious homemade bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is starter (yeast and the proper beneficial bacteria), flour and water, plus a tablespoon of oil or butter, a tablespoon of molasses, honey or sugar, and a little salt. With this starter, baking bread in your own kitchen couldn't be easier. And, from our starter, you can create a never-ending supply of starter with just a clean jar, some flour and water! We send complete instructions on how to recons

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  • Fig Masala Loaf (2lbs)

    We put a lot of time into each loaf. Between the nurturing of the starter, the hand shaping, the testing, and giving each flavor its unique cut, we think you'll find that our bread is pretty darn good. No, make that crazy good! And we have discovered that our job is to share that crazy goodness with you.

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  • Authentic Alaskan Sourdough Bread Starter

    Baking delicious homemade bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is starter (yeast and the proper beneficial bacteria), flour and water, plus a tablespoon of oil or butter, a tablespoon of molasses, honey or sugar, and a little salt. With this starter, baking bread in your own kitchen couldn't be easier. And, from our starter, you can create a never-ending supply of starter with just a clean jar, some flour and water! We send complete instructions on how to reconstitute

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  • Sour Starter Breads

    Sour Starter Breads Whole Wheat Boule Bread $ 5.95 A completely natural bread made with our own wheat sour starter, giving this bread a unique and delicious flavor. Country White Bread $ 5.95 An original bread made with our own white sour starter and wheat germ. This is truly a delicious bread for all occasions. Fruit and Nut Bread $ 5.95 An original bread made with our own white and rye sour starters and a unique blend of fresh fruits and mixed nuts. Rye Raisin Bread $ 5.95 A delicious bread made with our

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  • Nourishing Frugal: Everyday Sourdough Bread

    Nourishing Frugal: Everyday Sourdough Bread January 16, 2009 This sourdough bread is a basic, hearty, all-purpose loaf, that I call our “everyday sourdough bread” because it is so simple to make and versatile as well. It’s so nice having bread on hand because you can easily make it into a snack or add it to a meal. Sourdough bread is moist, lasts well, is extremely effective in reducing anti-nutrients like phytic acid, is very flavorful, and frugal as well. Ever since I blogged about the versus a yeasted

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  • How to Make Sourdough Bread

    How to Make Sourdough Bread Learn how to make sourdough bread, and cook up some hearty and delicious pioneer fare in your kitchen. Karen Keb GRIT's 2011 Guide to Homemade Bread A sourdough loaf can turn a ho-hum sandwich into a culinary masterpiece. Karen Keb Hank announces the GRIT team's brand new Guide To Homemade Bread. A sourdough starter is not only a handy way to produce fabulous breads but a great way to stop payin... Baking Bread Satisfies the Soul Susy finds baking bread both enjoyable and deeply

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  • Authentic Mediterranean Italian Sourdough Bread Starter

    Baking delicious homemade bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is starter (yeast and the proper beneficial bacteria), flour and water, plus a tablespoon of oil or butter, a tablespoon of molasses, honey or sugar, and a lit

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  • Lavender Country Loaf (2lbs)

    We put a lot of time into each loaf. Between the nurturing of the starter, the hand shaping, the testing, and giving each flavor its unique cut, we think you'll find that our bread is pretty darn good. No, make that crazy good! And we have discovered that our job is to share that crazy goodness with you.

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  • Sourdough Bread Enhancer

    Sourdough Bread Enhancer This revolutionary product turns an ordinary dough into one with a sourdough taste in seconds. Use it for yeast and non-yeast breads, waffles, pancakes, biscuits, muffins, crackers and bread sticks. The enhancer contains a natural dehydrated sourdough concentrate for taste, wheat gluten to strengthen and condition the dough, and diastatic malt which helps convert some of the starch in the flour to sugar. This is not a yeast substitute; also it should not be used with the live

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  • Sourdough Bread Enhancer

    Sourdough Bread Enhancer This revolutionary product turns an ordinary dough into one with a sourdough taste in seconds. Use it for yeast and non-yeast breads, waffles, pancakes, biscuits, muffins, crackers and bread sticks. The enhancer contains a natural dehydrated sourdough concentrate for taste, wheat gluten to strengthen and condition the dough, and diastatic malt which helps convert some of the starch in the flour to sugar. This is not a yeast substitute; also it should not be used with the live

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  • French Bread Starter From Lyon

    Baking delicious homemade bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is starter (yeast and the proper beneficial bacteria), flour and water, plus a tablespoon of oil or butter, a tablespoon of molasses, honey or sugar, and a little salt. With this starter, baking bread in your own kitchen couldn't be easier. And, from our starter, you can create a never-ending supply of starter with just a clean jar, some flour and water! We send complete instructions on how to reconstitute

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  • Carmelo's Sicilian Bread

    Carmelo's Sicilian Bread Pane Siciliano di Carmelo Makes 1 large loaf I owe my love of this bread to Sicilian bread maker Carmelo di Martino, who makes it weekly in his old wooden madio . Carmelo mixes a starter dough, the cresciuta, with semolina flour and water, then kneads the dough with his fists for close to 30 minutes to achieve an elegant smoothness. Then he free-forms it into round loaves to rise. A benneton (reed basket) can also be used to shape the dough before turning it out onto a hot baking

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  • Walnut Country Loaf (2lbs)

    We put a lot of time into each loaf. Between the nurturing of the starter, the hand shaping, the testing, and giving each flavor its unique cut, we think you'll find that our bread is pretty darn good. No, make that crazy good! And we have discovered that our job is to share that crazy goodness with you.

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  • HOW TO MAKE BREAD

    How to Make Bread - Emmanuel Hadjiandreou New baking cookbook includes sourdough recipes HOW TO MAKE BREAD Step-by-step recipes for yeasted breads, sourdoughs, soda breads and pastries by EMMANUEL HADJIANDREOU See more Sourdough bread-making books - New large hardcover cookbook, published 2011, 176 page. Superb colour photography throughout by Steve Painter For centuries, families have been raised on bread and butter. Baked on the hearth and eaten throughout the week, the humble loaf has been at the heart

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  • Sourdough Bread Recipe

    Sourdough Bread Recipe Try this Sourdough Bread recipe next time, and take ordinary sandwich-making to the next level. Karen Keb GRIT's 2011 Guide to Homemade Bread This is one Sourdough Bread recipe that just might spoil you. Karen Keb A sourdough starter is not only a handy way to produce fabulous breads but a great way to stop payin... Simple Sourdough Starter Traditionally , sourdough is started without addition of yeast, because this dough was supposed to at... Easy Bread Recipes: GRIT's Guide To

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  • Q & A: Sourdough Vs. Yeasted Bread

    Q & A: Sourdough Vs. Yeasted Bread May 14, 2008 I got an email question in regard to sourdough and yeasted bread from Karen. I just made the sourdough starter and then made the sourdough bread (from Nourishing Traditions). It was a bit dense and chewy. It reminded me of European breads but lacked a bit of their flavor. I was wondering if you have a recipe for sourdough bread that is your “standby” which your family enjoys. I have made my bread with fresh ground whole wheat but used Saf yeast to make the

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  • NL Bread Loaves

    After we feed our starter, we generally put it right back into the refrigerator. Feeding occurs in the refrigerator, just at a much slower pace. When making bread, the kneading process warms up refrigerated starter until it is activated; there is no need to allow it to sit at room temperature. We used to do this but now skip this step, as we have found it to be completely unnecessary. on July 20, 2010 at 6:28pm Way to go Janet; as you teach a few others to do so, you will become a true pro. Once you are

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  • Sicilian Bread Starter From Palermo, Sicily

    Baking delicious homemade bread in your own kitchen is much easier than you think! All you need is starter (yeast and the proper beneficial bacteria), flour and water, plus a tablespoon of oil or butter, a tablespoon of molasses, honey or sugar, and a little salt. With this starter, baking bread in your own kitchen couldn't be easier. And, from our starter, you can create a never-ending supply of starter with just a clean jar, some flour and water! We send complete instructions on how to reconstitute

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  • Lemon Country Loaf (2lbs)

    We put a lot of time into each loaf. Between the nurturing of the starter, the hand shaping, the testing, and giving each flavor its unique cut, we think you'll find that our bread is pretty darn good. No, make that crazy good! And we have discovered that our job is to share that crazy goodness with you.

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  • Ezzelino's Sweet Bread

    Ezzelino's Sweet Bread Pandolce di Ezzelino Makes Two 1 1/2-Pound Loaves How wonderful the unexpected can be. Such was the case with a visit to Montagnana, a town south of Padua, which bears witness to Venetian rule, when it was changed from a military outpost to an important trading center. In the thirteenth century, the Da Carrara ruling family built the exquisite and beautifully preserved medieval walls that wrap around the town. The remains of the ancient moat that also afforded protection are still

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