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I bet you can guess why I love English muffins! Yep, all those nooks and crannies, little empty pools, perfect for catching all the melted butter! This easy recipe ferments and rises overnight at room temperature so you awaken to a soft, manageable dough. In the morning roll out the dough, cut out the muffins, …

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I have a weakness for crunchy snacks, as do most people. These super easy cheesy crackers are a perfect way to have that crunchy snack and satisfying cheesy goodness in an easily digestible real sourdough cracker. Ever since I started making my classic Sourdough Discard Crackers With Rosemary and Olive Oil I have been dreaming …

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My whole family loves sourdough pancakes and I’m often asked to make them on a busy morning. With this easy recipe I can say “Yes” every time! The trick to making sourdough pancakes simple is to have a recipe that can be mixed and cooked within minutes. This recipe uses fully fermented sourdough starter straight …

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You didn’t think I would stop with my super awesome Rosemary and Olive Oil Sourdough Discard Crackers did you? No way! Once I realized what a huge success my discard crackers were I wanted to make all the flavors. This recipe takes four ingredients and turns them into a super cheesy, super crunchy, super healthy …

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I’m not going to lie. These sourdough discard crackers are too good and too easy. Way, way, way too easy. If you have an hour, some sourdough starter discard, olive oil, and salt you can whip up a batch of the crispiest crunchiest crackers with incredibly big sourdough flavor. I apologize in advance if you …

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My honey oat sourdough bread has a lot going for it. If you like crusty, thick, chewy, slightly sweet bread made with whole grains, then this is your recipe! The crumb on this bread is surprisingly airy considering the amount of rolled oats incorporated into it. You don’t have to use only rolled oats, other …

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When life gives you lard, make sourdough tortillas! I have always used a really nice sourdough tortilla recipe that a friend passed on to me. It calls for flour, starter, butter, lard, salt, water, and baking soda. While I like this recipe, it does not call for proper fermentation of the flour. So I set …

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Are you ready to shake up your sourdough bread game? This recipe for slightly sweet and earthy sweet potato sourdough will blow you away. I originally set out to make a soft and chewy sweet potato sourdough English muffin but quickly realized that this same formula makes a wonderful soft sandwich loaf bread as well. …

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In this timeless recipe, my sourdough crepes are filled with honey-sweetened yogurt cheese, rolled into perfect little packages, fried in real butter, and topped with warm berries to make the perfect blintz! These sourdough blintzes are always a favorite. Blintz filling is soft and warm and the crispy butter-fried sourdough crepes taste like nutty browned …

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Over the last few years I’ve made it my mission to learn how to make the softest, fluffiest, chewiest, naturally leavened bread with my sourdough starter. This easy sourdough boule is the result of much practice and formula testing. I wanted to keep the recipe very simple and straightforward so that even an amateur sourdough …

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