22 March 2018 Sourdough Bread


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22 March 2018 Sourdough Bread
Posted on March 22, 2018 by Durgan
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Two one pound loaves of sourdough bread are being processed. It is now rising.The starter is kept in the refrigerator and fed home ground whole wheat flour periodically. I am not completely happy with the amount of rising but am working on it. The finished product is certainly filling.

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Sourdough Bread baked. Two loaves
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Add 1/4 teaspoon of vinegar (or 1/2tsp lemon juice) to each loaf; the yeast will love you for it & it's not enough to taste it.
When I make bread, I have to use two loaf tins instead of one.
It's a trick I gleaned from winemaking: yeast loves a slightly acidic environment, (as do many fungi).
I'd hope that would ~ double the size.
By the way, bread should not be refridgerated, the starch crystals which make bread go hard, form quickest at 0-5C (32-41f).
 
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Next batch of sourdough I will give the acid a try. The bread as is is pretty good.
 

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