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#Sourdough bread – history and methods – my @AlbertaatNoon column for May

sourdough cinnamon buns near Whitehorse, Yukon Territory - photo credit - Karen Anderson

Sourdough at Haines Junction Yukon Territory – photo credit – Karen Anderson

Keeping a sourdough starter requires some planning and dedication but for those that love the tangy taste, crumb infiltrated with air pockets and a thin but firm crust, it’s definitely worth the bother. This post will share some of the history and technique involved in building your own sourdough starter. Continue reading

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