Wheat sourdough

Dark Soul

First of all I have to apologize to all readers, because the contributions in the last few weeks and months have been pretty rare. The reason for this was the construction of a new apartment and this has demanded a… weiterlesen

French Levain

A “French Levain” is made from an active, multistep sourdough. It differs from the multistep rye sourdough in its hydration level (TA) and its maturation time.  With a multistep wheat sourdough, I want to keep the acidity as low as… weiterlesen

Gassenhauer (“Street Song”)

You can more easily steer aroma and activity level in breads made from two different sourdoughs. As in the last recipes, the foundation sour is used here solely for aromatic purposes! The foundation sour makes up around 10%, but if… weiterlesen

Pumpkin Bread with Cherries

Like every year, Halloween is just around the corner and when others are carving their pumpkins, it is time for us to bake our bread for the party. The processing is a bit complex and may not be suitable for… weiterlesen

Simple Bread

The baking courses have shown me that hobby bakers tend to run into most of their problems when making the dough. Over and over again, readers make the mistake of sticking precisely to the provided timings, which invariably leads to… weiterlesen

Bread St. Vith

After having to postpone my trip, I was finally able to visit Saint-Vith, Belgium, where Puratos opened its Sourdough Library a few years ago. The library’s goal is to collect sourdough in all its diversity and… weiterlesen

Fiery Tomato Rolls

It should taste fiery & spicy and that’s exactly what you want with this recipe! Everyone can determine the spiciness themselves, because the chili does not go into the dough but is spread on the dough mixed into a sourdough… weiterlesen

Pane Gusto

After a short summer break, it is time to bake again and the “Pane Gusto” begins. This bread came about by chance, because the recipe consists exclusively of pre-doughs that come from daily production in the bakery. The proportion of… weiterlesen

Alpine Crust

The soft dough and the high proportion of wheat sourdough give the alpine crust a particularly beautiful crumb structure. Baked well,  a tantalising aroma will fill the kitchen, which will surely put a smile on any hobby baker’s face.  I… weiterlesen

Le Paillasse

For some time now I have been trying to emphasize certain flavors in baked goods by combining different wheat sourdoughs. This can be done either through multi-stage sourdough processes or, as in this recipe, through different types of flour. The… weiterlesen

Grill Baguette

With its floury crust, the Grill Baguette is a typical mediterranean bread that fits every occasion! The wheat sourdough lends the bread a light sour note and the addition of the poolish gives rise to a rounded flavor.  This recipe… weiterlesen

Pane con Olive

Spelt has been the main focus for the past few weeks, but now it’s time to start the grilling season. It starts with a wonderfully light, airy and at the same time aromatic “pane con olive”. The effort may seem… weiterlesen