During the California Gold Rush and later the Yukon Gold Rush, sourdough was so much a part of their diet that the prospectors were known as "sourdoughs." Most of us associate sourdough with this time period, but baking with sourdough is being rediscovered.
With the help of the e-handbook, you can learn the history of sourdough, how to get a sourdough starter and adapt standard recipes to sourdough. Recipes in this handy guide include:
- Sourdough Pumpernickel
- Sourdough Banana Bread
- Sourdough Brown Biscuits
- Apple Muffins
- Blueberry Breakfast Bread
- Sourdough Poultry Dressing
- Sourdough Cherry Cobbler
Once you have a sourdough starter, the possibilities are endless — not to mention delicious! 36 pages.
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