Tag Archives: naturally leavened

Throw Out the Yeast, Not Your Natural Leavening!

Every month I make hundreds of pounds of bread using natural leavening, also known as sourdough. It is hard to believe I once thought that making homemade bread was a lot of work! When I was first married, I was buying loaf bread at the store and a big bag of baker’s yeast sat in […]

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Naturally Leavened Bread Taste

We always get asked, “How does Naturally Leavened bread taste? Can you get your kids to eat it?” Children are not afraid to tell the truth, right?  We were initially surprised that children LIKE Naturally Leavened Bread so much. First our own children chanted, “We want more ‘daddy bread’!” as they called it. “This is […]

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Modern History of Baker’s Yeast

Man’s bread making processes drastically changed during the 19th century when baker’s yeast was introduced. Different civilizations throughout history found that through the control of time, temperature, moisture, and oxygen they could control how bread turned out. What they may not have known is that they were controlling which microbes flourished and which didn’t. We […]

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