Tag: dough fermentation

Sourdough Tips & Info

How to Revive a Sourdough Starter

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!

Sourdough Tips & Info

Sharing Bread part 1: Planning

So you want to bring sourdough bread to a friend who just had a baby or make sourdough bread to go with dinner… but you’re not sure how to time it to have your bread finished in time…. Aside from getting better acquainted with natural fermentation and caring for a live sourdough starter, the time […]

Sourdough Tips & Info

When is my dough fermented?

Rushing the sourdough long fermentation process is a common mistake newer sourdough bakers make. I know I’ve made this mistake plenty of times! The part of sourdough baking that must be learned through experience and can’t be learned through any amount of lessons is baker’s intuition. This intuition allows the baker to sense when to […]

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Sourdough Rustic Bread Master Recipe

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. This recipe comes from my book,  Everyday Bread Baking. This simple formula transforms three basic elements—flour, water, and salt—into an incredible bread […]