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Peter Reinhart’s New York Style Bagels with Wild Sourdough

Peter Reinhart’s New York Style Bagels with Wild Sourdough

How to make a sourdough loaf (using a thermomix) by an absolute rank amateur — Cecily Paterson

How to make a sourdough loaf (using a thermomix) by an absolute rank amateur

How to make a sourdough loaf (using a thermomix) by an absolute rank amateur — Cecily Paterson

Sourdough Bread Recipe, Sourdough Starter, Sourdough Bread Baking, Sour ... - YouTube

Sourdough Bread Recipe, Sourdough Starter, Sourdough Bread Baking, Sour ... - YouTube

With wild sourdough, these bagels are chewy and flavorful. With malty flavor and a good crust, there is no reason to buy bagels once you get in the rhythm.

Peter Reinhart’s New York Style Bagels with Wild Sourdough

With wild sourdough, these bagels are chewy and flavorful. With malty flavor and a good crust, there is no reason to buy bagels once you get in the rhythm.

Berkeley Sourdough Bread Recipe | Exploratorium

Berkeley Sourdough Bread Recipe | Exploratorium

Sourdough Starter Baguettes Recipe - Chocolate & Zucchini

Sourdough Starter Baguettes

Sourdough Starter Baguettes Recipe - Chocolate & Zucchini

It was very intriguing for me to try making a bread with no yeast, using only water, flour and salt.

Easy Sourdough Bread - Vermont Bread

It was very intriguing for me to try making a bread with no yeast, using only water, flour and salt.

Sourdough Pizza Perfection

sourdough Four Steps to Bread: What You Do, When You Do It: 1. Feed starter, twice (3 p.m. & 11 p.m., the day before) 2. Make dough (7 a.m. on bake day) 3. Ferment dough (7 a.m. to 3 p.m.), knock it back (mid-morning), divide and mold it into loaves (midday), set loaves to rise and heat oven (midday) 4. Bake dough (2-4 hours later) (mid-afternoon)

Sourdough Bread

sourdough Four Steps to Bread: What You Do, When You Do It: 1. Feed starter, twice (3 p.m. & 11 p.m., the day before) 2. Make dough (7 a.m. on bake day) 3. Ferment dough (7 a.m. to 3 p.m.), knock it back (mid-morning), divide and mold it into loaves (midday), set loaves to rise and heat oven (midday) 4. Bake dough (2-4 hours later) (mid-afternoon)

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