{Video} Artisan Sourdough Made Simple is Here!

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It’s here! It’s here!

Artisan Sourdough Made Simple is NOW available in stores!

If you’ve been following along, you already know about my new beginner’s guide (see this post). Please indulge me with a few final thoughts on publication day!

If you’re curious about sourdough but feel completely overwhelmed, I always tell people this: just treat sourdough like you would any other recipe. Follow the directions and DON’T OVERTHINK IT. Anchor yourself to the process, remember to have fun, and then imagine yourself cutting into the most scrumptious, crusty loaf that will rival any bakery-style boule. That’s the secret!

Got all that?

Now, let’s celebrate with a video!…

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4 Different Containers For Your Sourdough Starter

Homemade Sourdough Starter | theclevercarrot.com

Meet Dillon, my sourdough starter.

It’s an offspring from an 8 year old Australian starter, which was a gift from my friend Celia (you’ll read all about it in my book!) Together, we created Artisan Sourdough Made Simple. 

If you’re new to sourdough, a starter is a live fermented culture of flour and water. Once it becomes all bubbly and active a small portion is added to your bread dough to make it rise- no commercial yeast is required. You’ll find more detailed writing and supplemental information in my book (trust me, I could go on and on!) but for now, all you need to know is this: without a starter the whole concept of sourdough baking would not exist.

So, what type of container is best for your starter? Does it even matter? …

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Artisan Sourdough Made Simple

Learn how to make easy sourdough bread with the step-by-step recipes in Artisan Sourdough Made Simple | theclevercarrot.com

Guess what time it is?

IT’S PRE ORDER TIME!

Have you purchased your copy of Artisan Sourdough Made Simple? 

I have to tell you, I am so proud of this book.

From morphing my ghetto-fabulous kitchen into a full time bakery, to writing endless chapters out of my bedroom with a cat perched on my lap, and scouring the internet for vintage props until 2 AM (from Tasmania to be exact- I found a great shop on Etsy!), every single moment of this project has been painstakingly worth it.

You want to know why?

Because this book was a journey of the heart.

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