Every week I receive hundreds of questions about how to care for sourdough starter, so I decided to add all the questions I receive and my answers into this post for a reference for those who are just starting to use sourdough. This post may contain affiliate links, which means I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Common Questions Once the initial 7 or so days is up, how often does it need to be “fed” if you’re keeping it on the counter top? How often you should
We are all about easy and healthy snacks in the farmhouse, yogurt and granola being a staple. Learn how to make yogurt in the Instant Pot, to enjoy this awesome snack on the cheap. Yogurt making has been more of a saga over the last ten years, than something I could say I confidently mastered five years ago. First, I tried the crock pot method. It went something like this. Get the milk super hot in the crock pot. Then, after it cools back down, wrap it up in five towels to trap the heat
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To cook real food daily, you're going to need a few key items. Here are my top ten kitchen essentials for a traditional foods kitchen. Y'all know I am a lover of real food. Give me all the fresh herbs, grass-fed beef, fermented veggies and raw dairy. The quartz countertops in this old farmhouse kitchen never look complete without a bubbly bowl of sourdough, a day old mason jar of milk with the whey separating, and veggies fermenting in the corner. Some of the tasks of a traditional
Learn how to make easy sourdough pizza crust. Only four basic ingredients, no kneading and no rising required. This post may contain affiliate links, which means I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. When I found out about this method for making sourdough pizza crust somewhere in internet land several years ago, you might say I felt a bit perturbed. You see, up until this point, my experience with homemade crust involved proofing, rising, kneading...Repeat. Repeat.