Simple Milk Kefir Yeast Bread
Kefir contains strains of different types of wild yeast. These wild yeasts are similar in properties to those found in a sourdough starter. Because of this, kefir can be used make bread with no additional yeast or sourdough starter!
Use this simple formula to make any amount of kefir bread:
Note: because humidity levels differ from day to day, the amount of milk kefir used each time will vary.
To the flour and kefir base, add a little salt, and a bit of fat and honey to even out the tang of this sour bread.
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