Sourdough Baking Tips: Part Two

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If you are looking to get started making sourdough bread, this episode is for you! 

Episode At A Glance:

This week on The SavvyCast, I have another episode in my mini-series on sourdough bread! If you have been following me on social media, you know I have recently fallen in love with making sourdough bread. In last week’s episode, I shared about my potato flake starter. In this episode, I share more about my traditional sourdough starter, how I started making bread, my favorite ways to bake with sourdough, and more! Check out the recipe below for my favorite beginner’s sourdough loaf – courtesy of Kitchen Britt

Potato Flake Sourdough starter and scale.Questions Answered In This Episode:

  • When did you start making bread? 
  • How do you make an artisan sourdough starter? 
  • What is your feeding and baking schedule?
  • What are your favorite ways to use the sourdough starter?

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

  • My Potato Flake Sourdough Starter Recipe
  • Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls 
  • The Sourdough class I took
  • King Arthur Sourdough Starter Kit 
  • The Best Strawberry Nut Bread Recipe Ever

  • The Best Banana Nut Bread Recipe

  • The Best Blueberry Bread Recipe

  • The Best Fresh Peach Bread 

  • The Best Pumpkin Bread

  • Redmond Real Salt

  • Maldon Salt

  • More Sourdough Essentials

  • Beginner Sourdough Bread - Kitchen Britt

    Beginner Sourdough Bread - Kitchen Britt

    Ingredients

    • 600 g Water
    • 200 g Starter
    • 800 g Bread Flour
    • Salt

    Instructions

      1. Mix 600 g of slightly warm tap water with 200 g of starter and 800 g of bread flour. Mix with a dough hook until no flour is visible. Let this sit for 15 minutes.

      2. Add 20 g of salt over this shaggy tough mixture. Pinch the dough with your forefinger and thumb to incorporate. Cover and let this sit for 15 more minutes.

      3. First stretch: Rotate the bowl and lift/fold 4 times. Cover and let this sit for 30 minutes.

      4. Second stretch: Lift/fold in the bowl 4 times, then remove the dough and "slap and fold."

      5. Third stretch: Last stretch and fold. Cover and let this sit 4 hours. If your kitchen is 78-85 degrees this can sit out, if not let it proof in your oven on the proof setting)

      6. Bulk Fermenting: Split the dough in half. Preshape into a boule shape with a blade. Let rest 30 for thirty minutes. Tuck in the baby. 3 sides pull the dough halfway last side pull all the way to cover. Pinch sides to get air out. Cup hands around dough and pull/shape into a boule. Flip top into boule dusted with brown rice flour. Pinch or stitch to remove all air & make dough tight. Cold ferment 12-18 hours.

      7. Score the bread, and preheat your dutch oven to 450. Turn dough onto parchment squares. Dust w/brown rice flour. Brush off excess flour. Place parchment & bread into a preheated Dutch oven. Bake 20 min covered 20 uncovered! Rest & enjoy!

     

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If you like this podcast, check these out:

Jamie’s Newest Obsession: Making Sourdough Bread

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