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  1. #301
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    Sourdough is supposedly better for glutards. If you let it rise a few times, you reduce the gluten with each rise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    KQ - Can you make gluten free sourdough?
    Being a glutard and a bread freak is a dangerous balancing act for me.
    Sorry it took me so long to reply (she says between bites of her third piece of sourdough toast)

    Mike is partially right but it appears to be a bit of an urban legend:

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    Well, an unmotivated Friday afternoon but a conf call scheduled for 3:30, resulting in me reading the whole damned thread this afternoon, and I'm in.

    I've baked for a few years, but haven't given sourdough a whirl yet, but, thanks largely to KQ's pimpin', I just ordered the KA starter set. It's hot and humid here about 5 months a year, so I'm holding off on the proofamajigger for the time being.

    Crumb pics to follow in a couple or weeks. In the meantime, here's some non-sourdough entries.Click image for larger version. 

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    by the way, I didn't see any mention of the book that got me started--Flour, Salt, Water and Yeast. All recipes are designed for baking in a cast iron dutch oven.

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    ordering that book

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    ordering that book
    it's worked great for me. It's the only bread book I have ever had, so nothing to compare it to, but I use it regularly and have no complaints. He includes plenty of sourdough recipes too, but I have just been too lazy to get a starter going until now.

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    My wife's been having fun with sourdough for a while now. My favorite is when she uses butterfly pea flower and makes it blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mike View Post
    by the way, I didn't see any mention of the book that got me started--Flour, Salt, Water and Yeast. All recipes are designed for baking in a cast iron dutch oven.
    That's some good looking bread you got there Mike. Will have to look up that book.



    Quote Originally Posted by Sinecure View Post
    My wife's been having fun with sourdough for a while now. My favorite is when she uses butterfly pea flower and makes it blue.
    Whoa.. that's crazy. It's like Violet from Willy Wonka

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    A while back I dyslexia'd this thread into "breaking bread" and can't unsee it. God dammit.

    The bread does look tasty though.

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    After too long of a hiatus, finally got a starter going again and then did something with it. A browner crust would've been nice, but for the first effort in about a year, I'm happy with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    After too long of a hiatus, finally got a starter going again and then did something with it. A browner crust would've been nice, but for the first effort in about a year, I'm happy with it.

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    very nice!
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    its like one of those cartoon thingys
    watch out for snakes

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    got my starter. Made biscuits and crackers with my first batch of discard.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    After too long of a hiatus, finally got a starter going again and then did something with it. A browner crust would've been nice, but for the first effort in about a year, I'm happy with it.

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    Goatse, in bread form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mike View Post
    got my starter. Made biscuits and crackers with my first batch of discard.Click image for larger version. 

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    Now you need a nice pot of home made soup!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Now you need a nice pot of home made soup!
    I made lima bean hummus to eat with the crackers. It was tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Goatse, in bread form.
    Mmmmmmmmm.

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    I found gluten free sourdough at whole foods tonite. On my fourth slice...so yummay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    I found a clerk to help me reach the buckwheat at whole foods tonite. On my fourth employee...so yummay.
    Jeez, splat, do I need to FIFY? Tmi. How's the lady friend healing up?

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    Physically, she's fine. Mentally, she's been driving me nutz.

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    Yeah, they will do that.

    Congrats on multiple slices
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Goatse, in bread form.
    How did I miss this? That was such an awesome NSFW rickroll site back in the day.

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    SB go to morning sammitch is now two slabs of sour dough, fried egg, cheese(currently on a provolone binge), prosciutto ham slices and light mayo. Sometimes a smear of basil pesto. Also the Toasted Cheese sammies are sporting SD these days.
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    cooked my first sourdough loaf Saturday. Turned out good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mike View Post
    cooked my first sourdough loaf Saturday. Turned out good.

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    Good work! Yum!
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