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    Sourdough pasta, anyone?

    duonyte
    Wed Feb 22, 2012 9:03 pm
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    http://thegingeredwhisk.blogspot.com/2012/02/rustic-sourdough-pasta-of-all-shapes.html

    I never thought of sourdough as pasta - this looks pretty interesting! I have a pasta roller that I've not even taken out of the box, but this might just get me to try it out!
    Donna M.
    Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:40 am
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    Hey, I'll bet it is good! Homemade pasta is really so easy to make that I sometimes wonder why I do it so seldom. Those pasta rollers are also great for rolling out dough for homemade crackers. You should try that too. I have been wanting one but I always talk myself out of it whenever I see one for a good price.
    duonyte
    Thu Feb 23, 2012 9:08 am
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    I bought the KitchenAid attachment, as I am unlikely to have help doing it. I had a gift card for some store that carried them, so it ended up not being so awful in price. I saw that you could make crackers, that actually attracted me more as Mr Grumpy likes crackers and the ones that are vaguely healthy taste awful.
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