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Healthy Loaf of Bread

Sourdough

Beginning your sourdough journey is both fun and exciting! It can also be nerve-wracking, but don't worry!  Sourdough starters are VERY resilient and you can tailor it to fit your lifestyle. 

Don't have time to bake every day?  No problem!  Store your starter in a clean, sealed jar in your fridge and take it out just before you want to bake.  

Not sure if you want to eat sourdough bread all the time?  No problem!  There are SO many delicious sourdough discard receipts.  You can make muffins, cookies, tortillas, pretzels, crackers, donuts, pastries, pizza dough, and the list goes on....

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Directions for Hydrated Starter

  • Pour sourdough starter into a new, clean jar.

  • Feed it 50g flour + 50g water and mix until completely combined.

  • Let sit and rise.

  • Feed again 12 hours later or the next day.

  • Then, bake away!

Sourdough Bread

Health Benefits

  • May support gut health.

  • May aid blood sugar management.

  • May reduce risk of heart disease.

  • May be easier to digest.

  • May be more nutritious.

  • May be more satiating.

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Directions for Dehydrated Starter

  • Add 10g of dried starter, 10g of flour, and 20g of water to a jar. Give the mixture a stir and pop the lid on loosely.

  • Once the mixture has at least doubled in size and it's nice and bubbly, you can feed it again. For the second feed use 30g of the starter, 30g of water and 30g of flour. Give the mixture a good stir again and pop the lid on loosely.

  • Once the mixture has doubled or tripled in size you can repeat step 2.

  • Feed your starter at least 3 times before you begin baking with it. You may need to feed your starter a few more times depending on the amount of activity.

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