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Easy Everyday Sourdough Bread

2020-04-09 08:08 #0 by: Evelina

So I made Rosemary Sourdough bread yesterday (started it the day before yesterday) and it turned out amazing! 

However, I have realised I have been out for more of a traditional San Francisco style sourdough bread. SF sourdough has a particular sour taste to it. But it takes longer to make and it is a bit more advanced so I decided to try one more easy version before I tried a harder one. 

She does this bread over the course of one day, starting in the morning and baking it after work. 

I started this one late last night and I will let it rise for about 22hrs since my apartment is only about 18 degrees Celsius. 

I will let you know how it turns out! 

I especially love how she explains how to make this without making a mess. I am always down to have minimal dishes after cooking!

2020-04-12 14:05 #1 by: Niklas

Are the cuts on top of the dough for looks, or do they have a function?

2020-04-12 19:07 #2 by: Evelina

It helps with the rising process while itโ€™s baking.

2020-04-13 07:25 #3 by: Niklas



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