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Homemade Sourdough Pancakes From Discarded Starter

The next time you go to feed your sourdough starter, rather than just throwing away a portion of it, consider using your discarded sourdough starter to make some delicious, fluffy sourdough pancakes. Not just for fancy cafes and restaurants, as long as you’ve got some sourdough starter that you’re keeping and feeding, homemade sourdough pancakes […]

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What Is A Brisket?

A lot of us have grown up watching television shows where everybody rushes home to enjoy Mom’s homemade brisket, but some of us are quite uncertain as to what that means. While common in the southern states of America and within the Jewish community, many people around the world are left wondering – what is […]

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Sourdough Starter Banana Muffins

What if I told you I’ve come up with yet another way to use up your sourdough starter? I thought banana muffins would be a great way to do it but, my first attempt, based on a recipe I found online, was a disaster! The recipe required you to leave the starter mixed with some […]

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The Best Sourdough Chocolate Chip Cookies

If you’re a sourdough fan or a chocolate chip cookie fan, you need to try these sourdough chocolate chip cookies! Like it says in the title – they’re the best! You might be thinking, what on earth would possess someone to make up a recipe combining sourdough and cookies? One’s savory, one’s sweet, why would you […]

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How To Make Homemade Sourdough Bread

If you’re wondering how to make your own homemade sourdough bread from scratch, you’ve come to the right place. Baking bread at home is so much easier and tastier using a sourdough starter rather than traditional active yeast. Homemade bread with yeast always comes out dense and yeasty tasting – I don’t know how commercial […]

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How To Make Sourdough Starter From Scratch

Making bread at home has always seemed difficult. Working with yeast, whether it be dry or fresh, can give unpredictable results at home and often produces bread with a homemade, yeasty taste. There must be something professional bakers aren’t telling us – how do they make their bread taste so good? As bread is relatively cheap […]

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Homemade Honey Dijon Mustard Dressing

Salad dressing is one of those things we’re all most likely to just buy from the store, but it’s so quick, easy and delicious to make your own homemade honey dijon mustard dressing, you’ll wonder why you ever bothered with store bought dressing. Pre-made, store bought salad dressings contain food acids, vegetable gums and added sugar. […]

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