This 2-ingredient sprouted sourdough bread from scratch is made without flour! Yes, you read that right! You’ll only need grains and water for the sprouted sourdough bread!
After reading about bread history – wild yeast bread, fermented grain drinks, flatbread and sourdough bread – I was interested in trying to make sourdough bread with just grains and water. This sprouted sourdough bread is basically a baked soured grain porridge just like a prehistoric human might have made it.
You can make homemade pizza from scratch in 30 minutes with homemade pizza dough! It’s almost faster than a pizza delivery! 😉 This homemade pizza is dairy-free and you can make it vegan if you leave out the bacon.
Tsoureki is a traditional Greek Easter bread which is decorated with red eggs. The red eggs are usually dyed with artificial dyes. But the red color stains the bread while baking, therefore I dyed the eggs naturally with onion skins which are safe to eat. Continue reading Greek Easter Bread With Naturally Dyed Eggs→
Bremer Osterklaben – sweet Easter bread of Bremen – is a traditional German Easter bread baked for the Easter holiday. It’s a sweet yeast bread made with lots of butter and filled with raisins and candied fruits. Continue reading German Sweet Easter Bread→
You don’t need commercial yeast to make a delicious loaf of bread! Bake homemade bread with wild yeast from scratch. I’ll show you two alternatives to make yeast from scratch at home with honey water or fruit water. Bread with honey or fruit yeast is easy and cheap to make and so delicious – it tastes just like ordinary yeast bread!
Victorian bread recipes without commercial yeast and without sourdough starter – you don’t need commercial yeast to bake a loaf of bread! In the Victorian era it was quite common to make yeast substitutes at home. Here you’ll find 8 recipes for homemade yeast substitutes: hop yeast, fruit yeast, grape must yeast, flour yeast sponge, pea yeast, bark yeast & salt rising bread.
I often make homemade sourdough bread, but since I made Victorian Graham bread (with commercial yeast) for the Historical Food Fortnightly two month ago, I was interested in historical homemade bread recipes which were made without commercial yeast. So here I compiled Victorian bread recipes which are all made without commercial yeast and without traditional homemade sourdough starter.
In the Victorian era, yeast was usually made at home with boiled hops and mashed potatoes. But nearly all Victorian yeast recipes made with hops say to add some commercial yeast as well; but finally I found two Victorian yeast recipes without commercial yeast, which you’ll find below. There are also recipes for Victorian salt-risen bread, Roman bread made with grape must, Turkish pea bread and Siberian bark bread. Continue reading Victorian Bread Recipes Without Commercial Yeast→