These sourdough cookies are naturally fermented so they are easy to make and easy to digest. They’re also a great way to use up sourdough discard. Even the kids will enjoy these cookies. (They don’t taste too sour – honest.) The texture is soft and cake-like, with a delicate crumb.
These easy sourdough crackers are light and crispy, and a great way to use up sourdough starter discard. We include five different seasoning ideas so you can make a wide range of crackers. The boys have been making them regularly since we got our sourdough starter fired up.
These easy to make sourdough brownies are a great way to use sourdough discard. With one bowl, one pan, and about 30 minutes, you have rich, fudgy brownies.
This easy sourdough bread recipe from starter can be made with your homegrown starter or a purchased sourdough starter. Whichever one you choose, make sure your starter is active before baking sourdough bread. Real sourdough bread requires an active starter to raise, since you don’t add extra commercial yeast. Feed your sourdough starter 6-8 hours…