Perhaps you are a very avid sour dough bread baker. There is something spectacular about the smell of bread baking for sure. And there is something extra special about making sourdough bread.
You love kneading the dough, watching it rise, and finally getting the bread in the oven to cook. And the best part is eating delicious sourdough bread, especially when it is warm with the butter slathered on and melting into it to add even more of a divine taste to this awesome bread.
The reality is that there are so many different kinds of sourdough bread. And you know that in order to be able to have some tasty sourdough bread to eat and to share with others, you need to have a sourdough starter.
You know there are all different kinds of starters and different recipes for sourdough bread.
But now you are going to be introduced to something awesome and that you likely never heard of before.
You will read in this article about the possibility of being able to create a sourdough starter by using wild grapes. It may seem almost like a fairy tale. But it is true. It works.
This article is easy to read and beautifully written.
Click here to read about the wild grape sourdough starter bread experiment:
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