Perfect sourdough

Age

11Years
Color

Country of origin Mexico

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Mixture

31%
35%
34%
Liquid Flour Other
Cafetal

Since 2008

I had a strong interest towards sourdough breads that did not exist in my country. My love towards cooking and baking took me to discover the wonders of fermentation and its creations.

Characteristics

The sourdough has bitter characteristics, high intensity and acidity, with a slight coffee and tabacco aroma. Not so dense, and not so liquid. The bubble could be described as big. It is a perfect sourdough for breads with whole grains.

Taste & flavour

Cafetal top shot
Cafetal jar shot
Cafetal front shot
Cafetal rising shot

Recipe

Starting ingredients

  • 70% Whole wheat
  • 30% Rye
  • 40% Coffee
  • 40% Kambucha
  • 10% Water
  • 1tbsp Vainilla bean

Feeding ingredients

  • 40% Fermentation
  • 70% Whole wheat
  • 30% Rye
  • 40% Water
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Sourdough is fed with 70 % of whole wheat flour and a 30% of rye flour. 40% of the ferment of coffee and Kambucha is added. After adding the ingredients, water can be added (40-60%.)
40% Fermentation 70% Whole wheat 30% Rye 40% Water

Working method

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The first step to preparing the ferment is to incorporate coffee, Kambucha, and vanilla all together. Let it ferment from 14 to 15 days. Once the fermentation is complete, add rye and whole wheat flour, with water. Start the protocole of the sourdough.
70% Whole wheat 30% Rye 40% Coffee 40% Kambucha 10% Water 1tbsp Vainilla bean

Result

Pizza masa madre

We have a dough pizza ,Cafetal, airy and airy flavor to tobacco with coffee
Cafetal Pizza masa madre first overview
Cafetal Pizza masa madre second overview
Cafetal Pizza masa madre first slice
Cafetal Pizza masa madre second slice

Preserve your sourdough for the future

Create your own

Comments

I invite to "MASA MADRE :LA BOUTIQUE DEL TRIGO" in Guadalajara, Jalisco and try to get your own sourdough