Perfect sourdough

Age

29Years
Color

Country of origin United States

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& Flavour

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Mixture

33%
33%
33%
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Since 1990

Watching Nancy Silverton on Master Chefs

Characteristics

Nancy is 28 yearrs old. She was created with Nancy Silverton's recipe for a grape sourdough starter. She is very vigorous and even after months long slumber in the fridge, she pops right back!

Taste & flavour

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Recipe

Starting ingredients

  • 1lbs Grapes
  • 1lbs Ap flour
  • 1lbs Spring water
  • 33% Starter
  • 33% Water
  • 33% Flour

Feeding ingredients

  • 50% Water
  • 50% Ap flour
1
Discard 50% of starter. Add in water and AP Flour to achieve a consistency of pancake batter.
50% Water 50% Ap flour

Working method

1
This is Nancy Silverton’s recipe. Add about a pound of organic purple grapes to equal amounts of All Purpose Flour and H2O. Leave in a warm place in your kitchen covered with a cloth or plastic wrap.
1lbs Grapes 1lbs Ap flour 1lbs Spring water
2
When mixture begins to bubble and foam, remove grapes and begin to feed and replenish your starter. Each day, remove about 30% of the mixture and replace it with an equal amount of flour and water. When your starter is vigorous and sweet/sour, you are ready to use it in a recipe.
33% Starter 33% Water 33% Flour

Result

Tartine Country Loaf

Basic Sourdough Country Style Sourdough Bread made in a Cast Iron Combo Cooker
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Various versions of Country Bread

Tartine Formula
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