Just sourdough, naturally.

July 31st, 2011 | Posted by greg in Daily life... | Recipes - (18 Comments)
18 hours, no yeast - perfect sourness!

A few weeks back, I had the pleasure to meet Philip and Alfred. Two gentleman who introduced Effective Microorganism (EM) products to me. What caught my attention along the discussion we had, more than anything else, was not the usage of EM to clean toilet or purify water, but the fact that it is a … Read more

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So you’ve got sourdough? For the purist, die-hard sourdough bakers out there, you may just follow the below guideline without the suspiciously dangerous 2 grams of industrial yeast… simply using the sourdough you’ve prepared in part II of the trilogy. For everyone else, you may chose to bakeĀ  with a little extra fresh yeast with … Read more

Sorry to keep you waiting so long after part I of the trilogy… it’s just that good bread takes time! Sadly not just five minutes a day…   I have seen quite a few baking books relating about no-knead, no-work, few-minutes-job breads… is that what bread baking has come to? Like everything else: fast and … Read more

Scheduled to be published for the Hong Kong Book Fair and its 920,000 visitors in July 2011, here is a glimpse of what you will find in my upoming baking book! After the unconditional success of the now sold-out Artisan Bread book, I oriented this second edition towards baking your own bread at home. We … Read more

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