Instructables: exploring - food - bread - sourdough Wed, 1 Apr 2015 18:57:48 PDT BLOX v1.01 Sourdough Starter Science: DIY Levain
Sourdough Starter Science: DIY Levain - More DIY How To Projects]]> chloe.stamper Before you can make your very own sourdough bread, you need an active starter or levain. Sourdough differs from other yeast breads in both preparation and flavor. Rather than using commercially available baker's yeast, sourdough utilizes wild yeast found in the air. The mildly sour flavor of the bre...
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Sat, 5 Jul 2014 10:35:58 PDT
Fried Bread Dough
Fried Bread Dough - More DIY How To Projects]]> anatroccolo  Come to end of June I am enveloped in laziness. It always happens when it's hot, we cook less, go out more, we surrender to the appeal for mixed salad lunches, or seek the refreshing taste of pasta with fresh tomatoes, if you’re inspired you can cook a beautiful risotto with fresh seasonal vegetabl...
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Wed, 24 Jul 2013 08:16:48 PDT
Holiday Cinnamon Knots - healthy and yummy!
Holiday Cinnamon Knots - healthy and yummy! - More DIY How To Projects]]> Janae10 Super simple, divinely delicious with an old fashion technique and modern goodness! Only 4 ingredients for the dough this is a simple and easy to make 2 part process.  Each part only takes minutes before the fun begins of dipping and tying!  After baking you end up with healthy, delicious, holiday ...
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Mon, 3 Dec 2012 20:55:47 PST
Almost Sourdough
Almost Sourdough - More DIY How To Projects]]> nadialtbr You ask "why almost sourdough?" As a beginner baker I'll tell you: because I'm too chicken to go all the way!  So I use a little store bought yeast.  That cuts the amount of rise time by a few hours and guarantees (well, almost) that my bread will be ok. I started baking about 3 months ago. When I ...
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Sun, 2 Dec 2012 15:59:21 PST
Banana Sourdough Bread
Banana Sourdough Bread - More DIY How To Projects]]> audreyobscura I decided to make this bread because I had some extra ripe bananas, and more bread flour than I know what to do with. My roommate recently bought me a 50 lb. bag of bread flour in effort to encourage me to bake more bread. It's totally working. I plan to post each unique recipe I make with this gia...
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Mon, 12 Nov 2012 00:13:11 PST
Simply Sourdough - An Easy Guide to Fresh Bread
Simply Sourdough - An Easy Guide to Fresh Bread - More DIY How To Projects]]> TheProcrastibaker My husband loves freshly baked sourdough bread.  I hate the cost of fresh sourdough bread.  Depending on where you live, it can be between $4-6 to get a loaf that won't last much more than 2 days, and that does NOT exactly fit into our broke college budget. I love baking, and being able to bake you...
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Fri, 7 Sep 2012 08:31:02 PDT
Sourdough Demystified (Updated June29)
Sourdough Demystified (Updated June29) - More DIY How To Projects]]> timbit1985 Few truly experience the joy of baking damn good bread at home. Even fewer attempt the coveted sourdough. The entire process seems so intimidating and complicated to the uninitiated.  The following are very common questions and valid concerns that beginner bread bakers seem to get hung up on. ...
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Tue, 28 Jun 2011 20:29:05 PDT
Chocolate Sourdough Bread
Chocolate Sourdough Bread - More DIY How To Projects]]> shesparticular When chunks of chocolate are added to delicious sourdough bread, something truly magical happens. On top of smelling amazing, this bread is almost like a giant chocolate croissant, and is perfect for a special breakfast, brunch, or snack (especially lightly toasted and smeared with butter or Nutella...
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Fri, 6 May 2011 19:35:06 PDT
Real Sourdough Bread
Real Sourdough Bread - More DIY How To Projects]]> RebelWithoutASauce There is a lot of confusion about what sourdough bread is. Is it bread with a sour taste? Do they only make it in San Francisco? What makes it so different? Sourdough bread is bread that is leavened using a sourdough culture containing wild yeasts and bacteria. The yeast that can be bought in small...
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Sun, 30 Jan 2011 16:27:07 PST
Baking Bread Instructables Guides Baking bread is one of the most glorious afternoon activities there is to enjoy.  Nothing quite matches the mouth watering aroma of fresh baked bread - its warm gooey texture, its crunchy brown crust, the way that simply taking a fresh loaf out of the oven just makes you feel like you've done someth...
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Thu, 15 Apr 2010 15:07:43 PDT
No Sourdough, Buttermilk! Easytastybread
No Sourdough, Buttermilk! Easytastybread - More DIY How To Projects]]> nutellamonster This Instructable shows how to make an easy, tasty, sourdough-free bread. It does contain a) yeast b) kneading c) some waiting (from weighing the ingredients to taking it out of the oven, this takes about 2.5 - 3 hours. And it's too hot to eat, then!) On the pro side, you can individualize it usin...
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Thu, 4 Feb 2010 11:10:17 PST
Sourdough Bread
Sourdough Bread - More DIY How To Projects]]> My Sisters Kitchen The. Best. Sourdough Bread. Ever. (or The Key to the Bread Universe) The first time I ever had this great bread was in my sister-in-law's kitchen. I thought I was eating some artisan bakery bread when she casually mentioned that she had made it herself. I've made a lot of bread over the years but I...
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Wed, 29 Apr 2009 21:11:17 PDT
Catching wild yeast and making sourdough
Catching wild yeast and making sourdough - More DIY How To Projects]]> ItsJeremy Baking bread is a wonderful, delicious hobby. Bread can be as complex or as simple as you want. This instructable is about making simple but time consuming bread.To make sourdough you will need a sourdough starter, which is essentially flour and water mixed and left to gather bacteria. Yes, sourdoug...
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Sun, 26 Oct 2008 13:36:01 PDT
Ferment Yourself Some Food!: Making Sourgough Starter
Ferment Yourself Some Food!: Making Sourgough Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> joincoolkidclub Do you like sourdough bread? Do you like fermenting sweet stuff and watching it bubble?Do you want to be able to make your own bread and become less reliant on destructive food making techniques used by large scale producers?Then hopefully I will be able to show you how to make your own sourdough st...
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Fri, 6 Jun 2008 12:13:23 PDT