Our Privacy and Other Policies
We're rabid about privacy. We hate it when people violate our privacy, and as a result, we wouldn't dream of violating yours.
We don't collect or save any information about our visitors that can be connected to a specific person, except for those people who subscribe to our mailing lists or our pamphlets.
Beyond our privacy policies:
We're child and family friendly. We carefully monitor our content and our links to assure that neither are offensive. We screen our advertisers (if any) to make sure they are child and family friendly as well. (However, we cannot follow all their links, nor do we have control over their privacy policies.)
We only discriminate against rude people. And as soon as they stop being rude, we stop discriminating against them.
We used to encourage people to link deeply into our site. However, our site is in the first of two major conversions. First to a PHP based site, then to WordPress. So, if you want to do a deep link, go ahead and do it. However, you might want to keep an eye on those links to make sure they stay current.
We take copyrights seriously. All the material on the Sourdough Home web page is copyrighted by the owner of the site, Mike Avery. We hope you will use our material to further your baking endeavors. However, if you want to use it for anything other than your own baking, please send me a note through our "Contact Us" page. Permission will be routinely granted for non-commercial, credited, use of our material.
Some of the recipes on this site have been modified from other published works. In all cases, we have given credit where credit is due and encourage our readers to purchase these wonderful resources. We believe our use of these materials falls into the category of "fair use." If you are the copyright holder of these materials and you do not agree, please drop us an email through our "Contact Us" page and we will stop using your material at once.