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    Thu Apr 07, 2005 9:22 pm Groupie
    Gina*S wrote:

    Thanks for pointing that out Donna. I'm one of those bad people who don't often look at the sticky's.
    I would love to see more essays, when you are inspired! It's such a great learning tool! BTW, I just can NOT seem to aquire a taste for sourdough. Not sure why.

    One thing that might help you Gina, is that when Donna and I send out sourdough flakes to people who request them we also send several sheets of information which are especially helpful. Donna is very informed especially about the sourdough breads. She also has a book she purchased that she could tell the title and author of if you would wish to purchase it which has given her a lot of insight. There are also some good write-ups online at various web sites about bread baking especially wild yeast sourdough breads.

    I hope this helps.

    Last edited by CarrolJ on Thu Apr 07, 2005 9:28 pm, edited 1 time in total
    Thu Apr 07, 2005 9:27 pm Groupie
    CobraLimes wrote:
    Gina*S wrote:

    BTW, I just can NOT seem to aquire a taste for sourdough. Not sure why.

    Hi Gina,
    I had the same opinion about sourdough bread as you just expressed. I found it, well, sour/tart. The taste wasn't to my liking, but being an avid bread baker and seeing Donna and Carrol's information on wild yeast and their offer to send the flakes, I thought I'd give it the ol' college try. Welllllll, it ain't like any sourdough I've ever met. The flavor is subtle and absolutely fantastic. There's an added bonus to the texture of the bread and the sliceability (is that a word?). I've baked bread for 40 years and am still learning and this wild yeast venture has been incredible. My kitchen is beginning to look like a chemistry lab, but the results are well worth it. I'd strongly suggest giving it a try and letting the pros lead you through the process. I hope you have the same kind of success I have. Good luck! (I think I just hijacked this thread....apologies)

    Gosh Cobralimes...I guess I sure am slow...I just read this post...I sure appreciate your sharing your information! For some reason I haven't been getting all my notifications from Zaar about threads I thought I was watching....or I zoned it out~~~~~~~~~!
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