Monday, April 1, 2019

Sourdough Bread Day!!!

















  1. In a very large bowl, mix starter, water and 3 cups of whole wheat flour with a wooden spoon and combine well.
  2. Add salt and remaining flour ½ cup at a time, attempting to completely stir in the flour with each addition. When you can no longer mix with a spoon, use your hands to mix in the flour. Continue adding flour until your dough begins to resemble dough, but is still sticky and "pourable."
  3. Pour dough into large loaf pans and fill ⅓ way up. Cover with a towel and allow to sit in a warm place for 4-12 hours, until the dough is at least doubled in size and looks to be "domed" on top.
  4. Place loaves in a cold oven and turn the oven on to 350 degrees. Bake bread for 50-60 minutes, until the edges are golden and the bottom sounds hollow when tapped.
  5. Remove to cool on wire racks for at least 30 minutes. Makes 2-3 loaves, depending on the amount of flour used and size of loaf pans.



All sourdough start with a starter - you can make your own or purchase many kinds at the super market or on line or better yet from a friend that willing to share ..... 






In early California, sourdough was as much a part of the Goldrush of 1849 as gold itself. Traveling throughout the West in the packs of miners and settlers, it eventually found its home in San Francisco. The air in the Golden Gate region enhanced the bread made there with a wonderfully distinct taste. San Francisco has become world renowned for sourdough bread. In the United States, and even in areas around the world, San Francisco sourdough is regarded as the benchmark by which all other sourdough breads are judged.
Goldrush has removed the mystery of creating time honored sourdough! Buy this sourdough starter to easily create the tangy flavor and hearty aroma of sourdough bread anywhere in the world! Goldrush Sourdough Starter is naturally produced with only "wild yeast" and no fillers or preservatives. Works well in bread machines, too. Easy-to-follow instructions are included.

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