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When you ferment or culture foods, you make them better! Fermented foods are foods that have been cultured by beneficial organisms.$20.00
Originating in Camaldoli, Italy, this starter has a mild pleasing taste. Make wonderful pizza crust and other baked goods including bread.
One of our favorite cultures, Flemish-style Desem is made with organic whole wheat flour and makes delicious whole grain bread.$12.99
Our spelt flour-based sourdough culture makes delicious whole grain bread.$12.99
Austrian culture takes a bit longer to proof but the results are worth the wait as it allows the natural sourness to develop further.$12.99
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Make fantastic pancakes with this wonderful culture.$12.99
Originating on the island of Ischia off the Gulf of Naples, Italy, it is a great choice for sandwich bread and tends to be a bit more tart than our other cultures.$12.99
Originating near Paris, France, our Parisian culture makes a wonderful French bread,$12.99
This package is specifically designed for participants inthe Gnowfglins Lacto-Fermentation eCourse
If you are looking for a non-gluten based sourdough culture--this is the one for you! Make delicious bread with this brown rice flour-based sourdough.$12.99
26 recipes for gluten-free sourdough breads, muffins, pancakes, and pizza$27.99
If you crave the delicious tang of sourdough bread from San Francisco, this is the culture for you; easy to care for and can be used to create a variety of baked goods.
A package of starter cultures and supplies specifically for participants in the Gnowfglins e-Course$61.49
Learn to work with traditional sourdough with this easy to follow set of lessons and recipes.$20.00
Made with rye flour, this is a vigorous culture of Scandinavian origin.$12.99
Made with rye flour, this is our fastest culture: proofs in under 3 hours (adjust recipes accordingly).$12.99
Originating in the great state of Alaska, this sourdough culture requires shorter fermentation times and therefore can be ready to make baked goods quickly (adjust recipes accordingly).
Made with rye flour, this culture makes delicious rye breads.$12.99
Expert Advice Articles
- Cultures for Health: Yogurt Starter, Sourdough Starter, Kombucha, Kefir Grains, Cheese Making and more | Supplies for a Real Food Lifestyle
Excalibur Food Dehydrators Energy efficient, well made, 5+ year warranty. Dry fruit and vegetables, make jerky, proof sourdough, make yogurt and more! Click here for more details. Learn to Ferment...
- How to Make Fresh Sourdough Starter
Most sourdough recipes call for "fresh" sourdough starter. The term fresh refers to sourdough starter where the yeast and bacteria which comprise the starter are in an optimal state...
- Sourdough Starter Instructions
Before You Begin Your sourdough starter has been shipped in a dehydrated state. The starter is shelf-stable and can be used any time in the next few months. Store...
- How to Feed a Sourdough Starter | Sourdough Feeding Instructions & How-to-Video
There are generally two reasons to feed a sourdough starter: To prepare the sourdough starter for a baking project (make fresh starter) To...
- Activating Sourdough Starter | Rehydrating Sourdough Starter
Our sourdough starter cultures are shipped in a dehydrated state to reduce the danger of spoilage in transit. Activating the culture is an easy process and takes just a few...
- How to Keep Your Sourdough Starter Healthy
Keeping a sourdough starter is a little like caring for a pet or a child. They need the right conditions to thrive, you have to feed them daily (or...
- How To Obtain a Sourdough Starter
If you want to make traditional, healthy sourdough bread you’re going to need a starter. You have a few options in obtaining one: You can attempt to capture the...
- Preparing Fresh Sourdough Starter for Baking
Many bakers begin using a sourdough culture with the idea of getting delicious, crusty, tangy loaves, fresh from the oven every day or two. In order to use...
- A Comparison of Sourdough Starters
Most commercially sold bread today is formed from refined flours and prepared yeast, plus a variety of other ingredients. These standardized, processed ingredients allow consistent and predictable production of...
- Gluten-free Sourdough Pancakes from Discarded Starter
This recipe utilizes what some refer to as discarded starter, or the portion of starter you might toss out when feeding your starter. These pancakes are a perfect use...
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