These sourdough discard bagels are fluffy and flavorful, use up your sourdough discard, and can be made the same day!
These sourdough pretzel bites are easy, fun, healthy, and oh-so-delicious! No need to reach for conventional yeast because these little bites of heaven are long-fermented. Go feed your sourdough starter and let’s make some pretzel bites!
Here’s everything you need to know about how to store sourdough bread so it stays fresh longer. I’ll teach you the best method for storing homemade sourdough bread at room temperature; the best way to freeze sourdough bread; and how to refresh and reheat leftover sourdough bread.
These are the kitchen essentials I actually use for from-scratch cooking, and bread making!
The good news is that it’s very difficult to have a bad sourdough starter that’s beyond repair. The bad news is that, yes, sourdough starters can go bad. You have a bad sourdough starter if it was heated above 140 degrees F or if it has developed mold.