Tag Archives: starter

How sourdough starters and freshly milled flour are transforming the simple loaf

Not so long ago, things weren’t looking so good for bread. It was all no-carb this and gluten-free that. Bread baskets disappeared from restaurants. Lettuce leaves replaced hamburger buns. Suddenly, a beloved staple of the human diet was no longer welcome at the dinner table. But now bread is back. Not just any bread, though. Not the white, spongy, pre-sliced… Read more »


The art of sourdough

      Comments Off on The art of sourdough

History and secrecy surround many of the “mother” doughs used by bakeries to create one of the world’s most ancient breads: sourdough.