How to Make
Sourdough starter is a mixture of flour and water that has been fermented so it has active and alive cultures. Making bread products with sourdough starter means you’ll get all the gut health benefits of that active bacteria!
1. Flour (high quality organic all-purpose, preferably) 2. Filtered water
The process of making a sourdough starter from scratch is very easy, but it does require some patience!
The process consists of stirring flour and water together and allowing the mixture to ferment. This must be repeated for several days.
After the first day, you will discard part of the mixture and add more flour and water.
After several days, your sourdough starter will be active and ready for use! You will notice bubbles and it will double in size after being fed.
Now your starter is ready for use! Use it in bread, pancakes, cookies, and more. Swipe up to see all of our sourdough recipes!
How to Make a Sourdough Starter