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Flax Seed Bread

Flax Seed Bread This is a hearty, and heart smart, seeded bread. Because it contains flax seeds, it contains omega-3 fatty acids, which help elevate your good cholesterol. The bread is very tasty – a family favorite toasted for breakfast – and a whole lot cheaper than salmon, one of the other good sources for omega-3 …

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Flavored Bread Recipes

Some Flavored Bread Recipes Some people think all you need to make bread is flour (white flour!), water, salt, and (of course) sourdough starter. Others think that more variety is a good thing. We like a bit more variety. We hope you’ll try some of these recipes, and that you’ll enjoy them as much as we do. …

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Sourdough Ciabatta

Sourdough Ciabatta Today, January 30, 2019, we removed this recipe from the menu system. If you found this, a search engine brought you here. Basically, we haven’t been happy with thie recipe since we moved from the mountains of Colorado to the flatlands of Texas. We have been playing with the recipe, and hope to …

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Sourdough King Cake

Sourdough King Cake When I lived in Beaumont, Texas, the influence of Louisiana on the local cuisine was so strong many people joked that Beaumont wasn’t really a part of Texas at all. In addition to many good friends, I miss all of the Cajun and Creole food we enjoyed there. Especially Turducken (which is another …

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Sourdough Challah

Sourdough Challah For years, I’ve heard people talking about making Challah. My mother made Challah when I was a kid. It’s a rich, eggy Jewish bread, usually braided, and usually beautiful. People rave about it, and because it’s rich, it lasts well. It’s lovely, but I’d never made a loaf. So I decided, “it’s time!” Some …

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