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Einkorn is understandably the hot and trendy ancient-grain flour for sourdough bread baking right now! In this short post I’ll explain why. Here, I’ll give you instructions for converting an existing starter to einkorn and a recipe for how to create your own einkorn sourdough starter from scratch. You’ll also get links to all the resources you need …

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If you’re looking for a guide that will thoroughly explain how to make all your sourdough baked goods with organic, single-grain einkorn flour, then this is the article for you. I’m going to walk you through the steps of maintaining a pure einkorn sourdough starter, show you how to adjust regular sourdough recipes to accommodate …

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Prepare yourself to be blown away by the smooth, rich texture of these sourdough brownies. Reminiscent of childhood brownie squares from the corner store, these fudgy real-food brownies give you all the pleasure without any of the guilt! The Versatility of Einkorn Flour in Sourdough Preparations I’m learning a lot about the versatility of einkorn …

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These soft sourdough pumpkin dinner rolls are the perfect way to dress up your holiday table! Originally published on December 11th, 2020 Made with all-natural ingredients like puréed pumpkin or winter squash, eggs, milk, cream, and low-glycemic coconut sugar, this recipe uses my classic overnight fermentation technique for the best flavor, texture, and digestibility.  I …

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Einkorn: Not So Modern, Not So Difficult to Digest Many people who are sensitive to the gluten in modern wheat can enjoy ancient-grain einkorn wheat without issue. Einkorn has less gluten than its modern hybrid relatives, and souring the batter through fermentation breaks down gluten proteins even further. Interestingly, einkorn has never been hybridized and …

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Originally published on April 12, 2017 Aww, sweet simple vanilla bean ice cream. I love you. I love you by yourself, with berries, I love you à la mode on top of cakes and pies, with sauce, with toppings, on cold days, on warm days, before dinner, after dinner, really, I just love you. That would …

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Dutch Chocolate Takes Center Stage This spectacular sourdough bread features a deep, dark, Dutch chocolate swirl that is perfectly balanced against the light sweetness of organic coconut sugar. The bread is made in two batches and then layered and rolled together to form a unique and natural swirling pattern. Not only beautiful to look at, …

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The Lowdown on Rabbit Liver Like all animal liver, rabbit liver is a prized delicacy if prepared correctly. Because it is so lean it is best paired with creamy pastured butter. In this recipe the liver flavor is balanced with a little sweetness from dried fruit and the astringency from herbaceous rosemary. Soaking Rabbit Liver …

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Sourcing Organic Sorghum Flour It’s important to use the highest quality organic sorghum flour. My favorite sorghum flour comes from Great River Organic Milling or Food to Live. Fry Batter For All! See what I did there? 🙂 Seriously, though. Dip anything in this batter and watch it transform into a perfectly crispy golden bite …

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These sweet and spicy sourdough molasses crinkle cookies are glittery, festive, and so much fun. The presentation is guaranteed to wow! Everyone from Santa to grandma will be begging you for the recipe (and a little sourdough starter) so they can make them too.  This recipe was inspired by the sourdough chocolate chip cookies from …

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This soaked wild rice salad is a beautiful and nourishing side dish — a perfect accompaniment to your holiday feast.  With minimal ingredients and a straightforward recipe, this delicious soaked rice salad will surprise you with its simplicity.  Do It Right! Soaked Wild Rice and Soaked Crispy Nuts If you aren’t familiar with the nutritional …

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Lucky you! You might have come home from Wise Traditions with one of my dehydrated sourdough starter babies. Or perhaps you are looking for a solid technique to revive some dehydrated starter that you acquired elsewhere. Either way, congratulations! You are about to embark on the wonderfully fulfilling adventure of homemade sourdough!  Sourdough starter is …

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Now that you have your starter in tip-top shape it’s time to play with this one recipe that can do oh-so-many things! People make sourdough so much more complicated than it needs to be. Sure, you can expand into more detailed and dramatic recipes as your skills progress, but don’t ever forget the humble roots …

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Having a vigorous and healthy sourdough starter is the first step to baking great sourdough breads, rolls, muffins, and more. In this post I will walk you through the care of a new starter, help you determine how much starter to keep on hand, and outline the steps of feeding your sourdough starter in preparation …

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Don’t Fear The Sourdough This is your ultimate guide to sourdough starter and becoming a super healthy sourdough baker extraordinaire! Sourdough can seem like a daunting baking challenge, but I’m writing this guide to show you how easy it is. I will explain what sourdough is, how it works, and how to make it work …

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