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This booklet tells how to make the best bread in the world. And it's made from only wheat, water, and salt! You'll love this tasty, wholesome, easy-to-make bread from a tradition thousands of years old. In fact, it may spoil you for all other bread! Topics in this book include "The Starter," "The Ingredients," "The Sponge," "The Two Things You Must Always Remember," "The D This booklet tells how to make the best bread in the world. And it's made from only wheat, water, and salt! You'll love this tasty, wholesome, easy-to-make bread from a tradition thousands of years old. In fact, it may spoil you for all other bread! Topics in this book include "The Starter," "The Ingredients," "The Sponge," "The Two Things You Must Always Remember," "The Dough," "The Rising," "The Baking," and "Amazing Facts."


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This booklet tells how to make the best bread in the world. And it's made from only wheat, water, and salt! You'll love this tasty, wholesome, easy-to-make bread from a tradition thousands of years old. In fact, it may spoil you for all other bread! Topics in this book include "The Starter," "The Ingredients," "The Sponge," "The Two Things You Must Always Remember," "The D This booklet tells how to make the best bread in the world. And it's made from only wheat, water, and salt! You'll love this tasty, wholesome, easy-to-make bread from a tradition thousands of years old. In fact, it may spoil you for all other bread! Topics in this book include "The Starter," "The Ingredients," "The Sponge," "The Two Things You Must Always Remember," "The Dough," "The Rising," "The Baking," and "Amazing Facts."

30 review for Simple Sourdough: Make Your Own Starter Without Store-Bought Yeast and Bake the Best Bread in the World With This Simplest of Recipes for Making Sourdough

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cheyenne Blue

    More of a booklet than a book, I downloaded this for my Kindle after reading my bread-making-buddy's review. This is clearly written, and sets out a simple path for sour dough that is quite different to my current method. I look forward to trying this technique. More of a booklet than a book, I downloaded this for my Kindle after reading my bread-making-buddy's review. This is clearly written, and sets out a simple path for sour dough that is quite different to my current method. I look forward to trying this technique.

  2. 4 out of 5

    whiterabbit

    Simple effective guidelines for healthful sourdough bread When it comes to making homemade bread I find the simpler instructions often prove the most helpful to me, and the easiest to actually use. This little how-to booklet is a great little guide for starting me off on starters :) Thanks!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    A good little find for my Kindle. Not a freebie this time but nearly. A short read with good advice for someone starting out on the sour-dough journey and also a couple of tips for the more experienced and adventurous of us. I have been making my own sour-dough bread for over a year now and can certainly attest to the health benefits, the delicious flavours, the joy of making your own. I used to make my own normal (bakers yeast) bread as well as the sour-dough but now the choice is always sour-d A good little find for my Kindle. Not a freebie this time but nearly. A short read with good advice for someone starting out on the sour-dough journey and also a couple of tips for the more experienced and adventurous of us. I have been making my own sour-dough bread for over a year now and can certainly attest to the health benefits, the delicious flavours, the joy of making your own. I used to make my own normal (bakers yeast) bread as well as the sour-dough but now the choice is always sour-dough. It is very easy, and time frames adapt very well to your own daily timetable. Worth the read for me. I picked up a couple of tips I will certainly try. Starting the baking with a cold oven is the complete opposite of what I have been doing, so I shall experiment. Certainly easier than waiting to get the oven to full temperature. I would recommend anyone invest the .99c and baking their own healthy bread, with this booklet as a guide.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Rhule

    16 cups of flour! I like the way he writes like telling a story. However there are no UK metric weight and measures. No pictures or drawings to guide you, and only one recipe,hidden in the narrative. As a single person, I would have to get a stand mixer to knead that amount of dough , and freeze two or three loaves. This is three times the amount made in the New Artisan bread in 5 books. To be honest , this e book is annoying.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

    Sourdough Made Easy! This little book is the best! I love sourdough bread, but have not found any good bread living in the midwest. I miss the sourdough I could find in super markets on the west coast. I’ve tried different recipes but gave up when things didn’t work out like I wanted. Besides being delicious, these instructions are deliciously easy!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Robin Fesmire

    Perfectly no frills This is a refreshing approach to sourdough, and when he says "simple," he means it. No science, no photos, no analysis, no FAQs, only the least intimidating method of sourdoughing that I've seen. Well done. Perfectly no frills This is a refreshing approach to sourdough, and when he says "simple," he means it. No science, no photos, no analysis, no FAQs, only the least intimidating method of sourdoughing that I've seen. Well done.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Decent information, but *very* simple This pamphlet (it's only about 15 pages, so definitely not a book) gives some good information on making sourdough starter and bread, but is *so* simple with it's instructions that it's almost useless if you already know anything about baking. Decent information, but *very* simple This pamphlet (it's only about 15 pages, so definitely not a book) gives some good information on making sourdough starter and bread, but is *so* simple with it's instructions that it's almost useless if you already know anything about baking.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Yummy sourdough I remember growing a starter in the kitchen when I was a kid. This tastes like that bread! Thank you!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I was a little disappointed in this book. Luckily I only paid a penny so it wasn't worth returning. It is very short (think 5 paragraph essay--not 5 chapters). Covers ingredients, sponge, dough, rising and baking. Not much more than a long paragraph on each. Just the basic basics that you need to know to bake bread. If you want something super short than this is for you. Qucik need to know iformation and nothing else. I was a little disappointed in this book. Luckily I only paid a penny so it wasn't worth returning. It is very short (think 5 paragraph essay--not 5 chapters). Covers ingredients, sponge, dough, rising and baking. Not much more than a long paragraph on each. Just the basic basics that you need to know to bake bread. If you want something super short than this is for you. Qucik need to know iformation and nothing else.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Julie Rogers

    Love sourdough bread I used to make sourdough bread from a starter every week or so. My family and friends loved it. I used to take loaves to work and give it to people for Christmas. Then I got too busy and didn't have time to bake. This book will help me go back to baking wonderful sourdough bread. Thank you. Love sourdough bread I used to make sourdough bread from a starter every week or so. My family and friends loved it. I used to take loaves to work and give it to people for Christmas. Then I got too busy and didn't have time to bake. This book will help me go back to baking wonderful sourdough bread. Thank you.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Angela Miles

    Rather lacking in real instructions This is a very basic pamphlet. It is only a dozen or so pages long. The recipes are more like guidelines with little definition to them. This is not a book for anyone who needs more than very basic direction and no recipes. It is anything but "simple." Rather lacking in real instructions This is a very basic pamphlet. It is only a dozen or so pages long. The recipes are more like guidelines with little definition to them. This is not a book for anyone who needs more than very basic direction and no recipes. It is anything but "simple."

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Jones

    Short and sweet! like the simple straight forwardness of it. I am very new to sourdough baking and am trying several different ways, and believe me there are many, many different ways to do if. I haven't baked this one yet, but it's next on my list. I may have to re post after that. we shall see. The 5 stars are for the clear short way this was presented. Short and sweet! like the simple straight forwardness of it. I am very new to sourdough baking and am trying several different ways, and believe me there are many, many different ways to do if. I haven't baked this one yet, but it's next on my list. I may have to re post after that. we shall see. The 5 stars are for the clear short way this was presented.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rain23

    Simple, to the point Very clear instructions and some interesting history of the bread. Short, not a cookbook. This makes good old fashioned bread that's more substantial than store bread. Simple, to the point Very clear instructions and some interesting history of the bread. Short, not a cookbook. This makes good old fashioned bread that's more substantial than store bread.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    More a pamphlet than an actual book. A master recipe would have been a good addition. I think I will have to try it just to see how simple it really is!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jams

    Most sourdough instructions tell you how to make sourdough but never really explain what to do next. This is a simple explanation of how to make a start AND how to use it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Susan Fouts

    Sourdough bread I liked this book because it explained the process of making the sourdough bread from start to finish. It's a lost art but is making a comeback. Sourdough bread I liked this book because it explained the process of making the sourdough bread from start to finish. It's a lost art but is making a comeback.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ainslee Pickenpaugh

  18. 5 out of 5

    Connie Simmons

  19. 4 out of 5

    Karen Ireland-Phillips

  20. 5 out of 5

    Joelene

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sahil Lavingia

  23. 5 out of 5

    Linda S. Nowak

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Feik

  25. 5 out of 5

    Linda Howard

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cassy

  27. 4 out of 5

    Linda Closs Leoni

  28. 4 out of 5

    Esther

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nanette Zoll

  30. 5 out of 5

    Donald Franck

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