Some of the links for products below are affiliate links. I may receive a small commission if you purchase through the link, but it does not affect the price to you, the customer. I made a version of this beautiful braided Easter egg bread for my book Celebrate with Bread Baking. However, I love this […]
Author: Jenny Prior
Just the right amount of sweetness with a wholesome, fulfilling bite. Irish-inspired Soda Bread Raisin Scones made with sourdough discard are good year-round, but will make breakfast feel more festive during the month of March for those who celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! Not everyone celebrates St. Patrick’s Day, but in our family we make it […]
I often have people tell me, “I killed my sourdough starter.” Or they ask me, “Did I kill my starter?”
The short answer is no, you probably didn’t.
Sourdough starters are actually very resilient. Read below how I advise people to revive a neglected sourdough starter and you can scroll down to watch a detailed walk through of me taking a sourdough starter that sat in my fridge neglected for a whole year through this reviving process!
Hopefully you know what sourdough discard is from my class or from reading this post. Some people don’t save it and that’s okay! But for those of you who are interested, here are a few ways that I use my sourdough discard. You can read the list or scroll down to watch the video! How […]
You know what sourdough discard is from my class or from reading this post. If it’s called “discard”, why do you save it? Great question! Here are a few reasons why I save mine and why I think it’s a great idea for you to start saving sourdough discard as well. Read the list or […]
You know what sourdough discard is from my class or from reading this post. Now you may be wondering, How do you save it?? Saving Sourdough Discard Tips: Start a discard collection jar in the fridge that you add excess unused starter to. Date your discard with blue painter’s paint to keep track of when […]
If you’ve taken a look around this site or attended one of my classes, you will have encountered the term “discard” or “sourdough discard”. So I want to give you a quick overview of what sourdough discard is and briefly talk about what I call the 3 activity stages of sourdough starter. Read below or […]
I hope you enjoy this sourdough version of the Irish classic. A more traditional version made with buttermilk can be found in my book Celebrate with Bread Baking! And it is SO easy to make! After the dough is mixed it sits out at room temperature 6-10 hours (or overnight) to ferment and rise before […]
Some of the links for products below are affiliate links. I may receive a small commission if you purchase through the link, but it does not affect the price to you, the customer. When winter starts to become a memory as spring flowers begin blooming here and there, the hope of renewal refreshes us from […]
Let’s embrace simple… Simple and sourdough don’t seem to go together, do they? And for the true beginner this may very well be the case. But if you are able to keep a starter alive, you can make some very delicious and simple recipes with sourdough discard like Sourdough Graham Crackers (Sourdough Discard). If you […]