First Sourdough!!

First Sourdough!!

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I finally baked my first sourdough. A sourdough starter is basically a pet. People keep them alive for years, or generations. There is a starter that was brought cross country on the Oregon trail in the 1800s that a group…

Overnight White

Overnight White

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I started baking bread after being inspired by Paul Hollywood. Paul is a very old school, knead it by hand until your hands are aching kind of guy. It can be, frankly, a pain in the butt. As I read…

100% Spelt Bread

100% Spelt Bread

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I’ve made spelt bread before, but it was always a percent of spelt flour mixed with white or wheat. This is my first time baking an all spelt loaf. I am very pleased with results. It’s healthier than a regular…

Home Made Beef Jerky

Home Made Beef Jerky

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My wife and I were looking for a healthier snack to keep in the house. We both like beef jerky, but it’s super expensive, and I never seem to think to buy it unless I’m stopped at a gas station…

Za’atar Maneesh

Za’atar Maneesh

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My interest in baking was kicked off by watching the Great British Bake Off. I love Paul Hollywood. His beginner book was the first baking book I read and his basic recipes were the first I tried. This isn’t from…

Multi Grain Cereal Bread

Multi Grain Cereal Bread

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This type of bread is one my wife’s favorites. A hearty loaf with lots of oats, grains and seeds. It’s also part whole wheat, so all in all it has a lot of fiber and is healthier and diet friendlyish…..

Buttermilk Biscuits

Buttermilk Biscuits

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Everyone loves buttermilk biscuits. When you churn your own butter at home… ..you end up with lots of buttermilk. What better way to use it than buttermilk biscuits?! Well, possibly buttermilk scones, but today I made the biscuits. Put it…

Sandwich Bread

Sandwich Bread

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The classic sandwich bread, or “white bread” loaf. Perfect to try out a new butter recipe on. This recipe is based on Julia Child’s recipe, which I first saw via the blog Dinner With Julie. It’s the perfect blank slate…