Over the Christmas break, me and the Mr made some vegetarian Calzone for my parents, and they (and us) loved it!
It was easy enough to make and the taste was out of this world. Even if you aren't Vegetarian I honestly think you will love these versions of Calzone.
200g '00' Italian Flour
6g of dried yeast
140ml warm water
15ml extra virgin olive oil
Lactose Free Cheese
Mushrooms... read more »
I cannot believe that these creatures are that finicky. Nothing that has survived for millions of years can possibly be that fussy. read more »
I do not live by a pure clear mountain stream or a spring that gurgles up from some ancient subterraean aquifer as some of the books I have been reading on the subject insist is necessary to support a good sourdough. No. These microbes are going to get the same water I am drinking read more »
The bread is definitely heavier in texture than my usual bread. It tastes a lot like those expensive rustic loaves you can buy at the grocery store or the European breads that you can buy at the deli counter. read more »
now on my counter in a glass bowl is four cups of water, four cups of unbleached bread flour mixed together and a bunch of grapes squished and wrapped up in cotton sitting in the middle. This, in four or five days is supposed to result in a bubbly mixture of flour and water that is now home to a happy colony of wild yeast. We will see. read more »
... it is the perfect time to resolve to take control of the kind of bread you eat. It is time to: Take back the loaf! Bake your own bread. read more »