The recipes ask to not feed the mothers for the initial 3-5 days. I have no clue how they supposed to look like, but they do not look bad or have weird visitors.Potato based mother-- no visible difference from last night, but at least the water is still clear.Grape based mother is happily bubbling. Definitely … Continue reading Progress report on the mothers
After the Mother perished yesterday, the baker other half began his mission searching for more promising starter recipes. When I came home today, he has set up the experiment. While I looked at him funny, I went along with the science project. Here are some pictures of the Witch's brew:Potato is rich is starch, along … Continue reading A Witch’s brew? Second attempt on the Mother
For some reason the mother dough perished. I guess I will need to search another way to start one.
The mother of future sourdough
I attempted bread making yet again. This time I tackled Müslibrot, a German multigrain bread. I expected to be sweet, since the recipe called for dried fruit but it turned out quite good. It is on a denser side, but as you bite into various grains a warm fragrance will release.For those adventurous baking souls … Continue reading Müslibrot
This post is dedicated to Marianne, who puts together an inspirational blog on baking. This is my first try on her recipe on Olive roll. I took the liberty of adding basil while trying out this break. If you are interested, you may find her recipe here.Inside of the olive basil rollThey are golden!Second proofingFirst … Continue reading Pilot Run on breadmaking