Vital Wheat Gluten can improve inferior bread flour, provide better structure to sourdough fruit and tea loaves, plus boost specialty flours. Here’s my tips for how to use it.
When you’re cold, so is your sourdough and just like you it wants to curl up and hibernate! Here’s 12 easy ideas for keeping your sourdough starter warm and cosy.
There are two ways to measure ingredients – volume and weight. This is why I write my recipes using wight. You’ll find out, because it makes it easier!
Learn how to know when your loaf of sourdough bread is cooked without any experience or special tools.
Kneading is not only cathartic, it also saves time. It’s not the easy, cheats way I’ve come to love, but it can certainly be done for BLME Sourdough. You’ll need to pay a litle more attention but wait less time. In this post I’ll show you how.
This is all about the easy way of doing everything! Using spray oil vs flour on the bench-top to shape sourdough? Hands down spray oil wins and here’s 3 Reasons why…
Partnering with our other great hack, wetting the dough, this sourdough tip keeps the loaf moist while it rises. It produces better crust colour and the best possible oven spring. What’s not to love? So easy!
You can fill a pan with boiling water, constantly open the oven door and spritz inside with water or… you can just wet your sourdough before baking it. So easy! Here’s how.
There is an art to coordinating your oven and your dough. Learn how to know when your sourdough bread is ready for baking.
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