5 Flour Sourdough

These ‘clear out the cabinet’ loaves came about after I was looking at all the random flours I had in my pantry. The five flours in this recipe are bread, whole wheat, rye, buckwheat and spent grain. These flours and flavors combined into a couple really nice loaves for sandwiches. Schedule Using the lazy sourdough…

Lazy Sourdough w/ Spent Grain

I was down to my last slice of Cheddar Cheese + Paprika bread and needed something else to have on hand. That loaf was awesome and savory, but not the best for sandwiches or toast. To make a better sandwich and toast loaf, I went back to the pantry and grabbed some spent grain flour…

Seeded Lazy Sourdough

This is another loaf using the “lazy” sourdough method. I baked this at the same time as my Cheddar and Paprika loaf. This recipe uses sunflower, poppy and sesame seeds but you can substitute just about any seeds you’d like. Schedule Using the lazy sourdough method is actually quite simple. The real key to this…

Cheddar Cheese and Paprika Sourdough

A friend clued me into a new sourdough method that promised to be pretty low effort but still resulted with great bread. I decided to give the method a try with a loaf using some sharp cheddar cheese and paprika. Schedule Using the lazy sourdough method is actually quite simple. The real key to this…

Overnight Loaves w/ Whole Wheat

Some friends are doing a big pre-holiday dark beer sharing party and I wanted to bring some bread to help keep everyone sitting upright throughout the night. There wasn’t much notice about the party so I used the overnight baking schedule to whip up these flavorful loaves. Schedule: I based this loaf off of my…

Overnight 20% Spent Grain Loaf

I wanted to push the limits of what’s an acceptable amount of spent grain flour to use in a loaf of bread. I usually add about 10% but in this loaf I decided to up it to 20%. While the dough, and resulting bread, was definitely extremely dense, the taste and flavor is excellent. Schedule:…