Saturday, January 16, 2016

Recipe: 100% Spelt Sourdough Bread + Photo Tutorial



This post was updated in 2016 - the Master (or everyday) sourdough recipe is now available in my eBook (along with heaps of other delicious recipes!) along with a selection of different proving schedules and all of the techniques you need to successfully bake 100% spelt sourdough.

Every method is simple and fuss free (who has time for complicated cooking?!).
Purchase your copy and learn more here.

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  1. My last bake with loaves shaped in rice floured banneton, careful monitoring of the proof time and baked in a covered roasting pan were, dare I say, almost perfect. I am beginning to feel confident enough to try different shapes and then I'll start testing trialling different "flavours." I'm especially keen to make olive bread

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    1. That's wonderful to hear Sandra. I'm so glad you're enjoying sourdough baking! Experimenting is fun too, I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with xx

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  2. Thank you for this post!!! I will be trying it out in the near future. xo

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  3. Hi Sarah, I have put a post on my blog sharing your recipe. My rise went a bit wrong but it was delicious never the less. I will have another go and see if I can do a bit better next time! Eleanor x http://stitchesandseeds.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/say-little-hen-100-spelt-sourdough.html

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    1. Hi Eleanor,
      Thank-you so much for trying it out! I'm off to read your post now xx

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  4. Thank you again Sarah, your tutorials are a great help for me. They are pinned for later reference and you have a new family member to your blog ;) Have a lovely weekend

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    1. Thank-you so much for your lovely comment Nicole! I'm so glad you find them helpful. Happy baking x

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  5. This post has actually inspired me to start my own sourdough starter. So far it seems to be a success, I am making ready to bake from it right now, just waiting for the dough to rise. I constantly keep checking on it like on a little baby :)

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    1. Oh I'm so happy to hear that you've given sourdough a go! It is exciting, isn't it? I've been baking it for 2 or so years now, and I still check on my dough a lot...although sometimes I forget and over rise it - oops!
      All the best with your baking x

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