The magic taste of sourdough bread relies on the wild yeast and bacteria naturally present on the grain to provide both leavening and a unique, mildly acidic flavor profile. Before they can be used in the production of bread, these wild yeast and bacteria first need to be activated and cultured. This is the process of creating a sourdough starter.
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A wonderful recipe and instructional video from Guest Editor Marie C. on how to make a winter salad featuring roasted beets.
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The DIY Girls recently visited the Los Angeles Museum of Natural History. Read about their trip and how it inspired them!
With kimchi considered the national dish of Korea, one might assume that it is prepared using a fairly standardized recipe. Nothing could be further from the truth.