No-Knead Method for Artisan Bread Baking: Introduction

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This is a method a friend of mine and I developed at our bakery. It took a lot of trial and error, but over time we developed a process that both took the strain off of our bodies and yielded some professional-quality artisan bread. This method is an adaptation on the folding method that has been used by several professional bakeries, with our own unique twists…. 

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A Closer Look: New England Sourdough

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This is an easy sourdough to activate and work with. Someone else has used the word “robust” and that seems a perfect description. It might be a mild flavor but it still does have a sourdough flavor that is very popular at our house. I thoroughly enjoy making bread with this starter. -Bonnie

Weekly Recap & Cultured Gathering

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It’s time for the weekly recap as well as your opportunity to share links for the Cultured Gathering.

What’s New at CFH: Save 20% on Yogurt Starter & 3 New Recipes

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This week you can save 20% on Yogurt Starter.  We also have some new recipes, including gluten-free sourdough stuffing, buttermilk whole wheat bread, and sauerkraut and apple coleslaw.

SaladKraut and Other Tips for Streamlining Ferment Routines

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I could easily spend hours a day dabbling in the kitchen with cultures. Trying new combinations of vegetable ferments, spinning a batch of kefir into something new and exciting, or baking up something sweeter than usual with my sourdough starter all sound like a great way to spend the day to me. It’s part of… 

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