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How to Make Your Own Sourdough Starter

July 08, 2017

How to Make Your Own Sourdough Starter

Photo by @breadletterday Duration: 7 Days After reading the healthy benefits of sourdough in my blog post called: Want to Eat Sourdough and Stay Healthy? You must be craving to make your own sourdough bread! One of the key ingredients to start making your own is to first make your very own homemade sourdough starter! I will be showing you how to make a daily starter. The process should take about 7 days or a little bit more. You can use your starter daily or every two or three days. Equipment: Glass Jar: A liter jar should do, but the jar I used...


Bread Bosses Story by Mandy

June 24, 2017

Bread Bosses Story by Mandy

Photo by: Mandy Reynolds I love reading the emails I receive from other Bread Bosses about their story and how they got into bread making! Read Mandy's down below and send me your own to danny@breadbosses.com Mandy: I began my sourdough journey soon after breaking my leg skiing last year. I found myself with a lot of time on my hands and a need to do something productive. I've always loved baking but when you can't exercise easily, bread is the better option! I've learned with sourdough that the more you try, the more relaxed you feel about making "mistakes."...


Want To Eat Sourdough and Stay Healthy?

June 14, 2017

Want To Eat Sourdough and Stay Healthy?

Photo by: @sylvain_vernay You may have heard a friend talk about how delicious sourdough bread is, right? Today, we learned from Authority Nutrition that sourdough bread has amazing health benefits!  Low on the Glycemic Index Diabetics can enjoy sourdough bread compared to other breads (especially commercial breads) because it falls lower on the glycemic index. This means that sourdough bread is less likely to raise your blood sugar levels although you should still eat it in moderation (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10). But wait! There are more healthy benefits to eating sourdough! High in Essential Minerals Another great...