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I’ve always preferred a damp rich banana bread, and so I usually double, triple and even quadruple the recommended bananas. When I have brown bananas, I just put them in the freezer, and eventually, I have a lot of bananas.

These days I also have a lot of sourdough starter, so I’ve found a way to incorporate it into my banana bread. I also explain how to make this recipe without sourdough starter. Read the rest of this entry »

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Have you ever craved something you’ve never heard of or seen? That’s what happened with this Coconut Rice Chocolate Sourdough.

I yearned it into existence and it took a few tries. There was a delicious but damp loaf, a pretty but dry boule and then, finally, moist perfection that used an entire can of coconut milk.

I suggest you start it early one morning with warmed-up leftover rice, and bake it the following morning for breakfast. Cutting into hot chocolate chips is messy but delicious!

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Sourdough Hokkaido milk bread, my sourdough conversion and doubling of @cleobuttera recipe. The round of small rolls (next pic) is going to a party #hokkaidomilkbread #tangzhong
Organic raspberry jam and pomegranate juice for the second kombucha ferment. Half my SCOBY is packed up with 2 cups of kombucha for a friend #homemadekombucha #kombucha #fermentedfoods #sharetheguthealth
Chalk on my hands and flour on my shirt. Other way around? #climberswhobake So, climbing has projects like baking where you work a route/recipe over and over until you get it just right. This project is now just right and the route (white tape) is pure fun with an acrobatic feel -- see if you can spot the two balls hanging from the wall in place of traditional rock-mimicking holds. #gravityvaultchatham @gravityvaultchatham #rockclimbing #sportclimbing #girlswhoclimb #climblikeamom
Top dough is sourdough Hokkaido milk bread and it's going into the fridge so I don't have to worry about it being ready in the middle of the night - all that butter is making it develop slowly. Middle sourdough has chickpea flour from the pasta adventure, and I shaped it and put in the fridge for a long final proof. Bottom dough is a bit over-fermented, and I made it into 8 rolls that are baking now.
It tastes so good! I have to admit I wasn't expecting it to be this delicious and good textured with chew. I like black beans but I don't like black bean pasta. Same goes for red lentil pasta. And get this -- my chickpea avoiding child is currently finishing his first plate and getting ready for more 👏🎉 _____________ In a stand mixer, mix with the paddle attachment: 280g AP flour (2 cups) 250g whole meal chickpea flour (2 cups) 5 eggs 80g active sourdough starter 1/2 to 1 tsp salt (I can't remember) 1 Tbsp olive oil Pull dough out and knead for a few minutes on the counter. Dough will be very dry but not breaking. If it breaks up, add small amounts of water on your hands. Put in a small bowl and cover tightly. Let rise at RT a few hours or cold for longer (sorry so vague, you just want magical sourdough health benefits, not opencrumbmastery lol) De-gas the dough, and use your pasta machine as usual or rolling pin and knife. Flour your strips of dough heavily. #sourdoughpasta #chickpeapasta #garbanzopasta #besanpasta #homemilled #homemade #homemadepasta #fermentedfoods #mockmill #marcatoatlas
Sourdough half chickpea flour pasta coming along nicely. The dough is a little delicate and chickpea chunky so I didn't roll it past number four #sourdoughpasta #chickpeapasta #garbanzopasta #besanpasta #homemilled #homemade #homemadepasta #fermentedfoods #mockmill #marcatoatlas

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