Category Archives: long ferment

Rye Starter Wholemeal and White Sourdough

Having not made this loaf for simply ages, I felt drawn to revisit the recipe and knock up something for us to munch through, if nothing else to see if the recipe still works alright and cos I felt like … Continue reading

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It’s about the taste!

One of the main things for me about the stuff I bake is that it should taste good. I know that sounds like I’m just stating the completely obvious, but all too often it is easy to think about other … Continue reading

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Long ferment sourdough

Recently tried my hand at some loaves which I let prove at low temperature overnight, and initial impressions are that this may yield some very good results.I tried this last week, cultivating a wholemeal natural pre-ferment of about 30% of … Continue reading

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