Once you have mastered the art of sourdough bread, take your loaf to the next level by adding inclusions. For those looking to add a little variation into their loaves, adding extra ingredients to sourdough is a must.
Though there are many steps throughout the process that can go wrong, one of the most common issues is the failure for dough to rise properly. If you are experiencing sourdough rise trouble, there could be a variety of causes.
One of the key changes that can greatly affect the flavor profile of a homemade sourdough loaf is the decision that needs to be made before the oven is ever turned on: selecting the right bread flour. From the popular all-purpose to the unique spelt, this sourdough flour guide will cover the best flour for sourdough bread.
Great and beneficial as it is, bannetons are not difficult to make use of. Inna, our dear friend and customer, who has enjoyed baking sourdough with our bannetons collection, will guide you through the steps of using a proofing basket.
Even if you have followed exactly the recipe and instructions on baking a sourdough bread, your dough may still turn out differently from what you wanted for. Inna, who has baked incredible sourdough breads for years, shares her tips and guides for beginners in the Sourdough Journey!
With these ten tips on easing the sourdough journey, we hope to make your experience a little bit simpler (and a lot less frustrating). From ingredients to environment and even accessories, there are plenty of methods to try.