With little hands-on time and minimal ingredients, this sourdough sandwich bread is a great loaf to bake if you are new to sourdough or a busy mom like me.
Working with sourdough is extremely rewarding, but it can easily be somewhat wasteful. In case you aren't familiar with the feeding process, I'll quickly describe it. The word "feed" can sound daunting, but think of it as a refresh. To feed a sourdough starter, you take a portion of the current starter and add new… Continue reading How to Not Waste Sourdough Discard
I’m honestly thankful that our microwave started sounding like it was gearing up to explode, because it made me try something I had never even considered beforehand. The amount of processed food, especially frozen processed food, that we eat has not only decreased, but we enjoy the products that we do have more because of how and how often we prepare them.
After writing my last blog post on dairy-free alternatives, I got inspired to do more product tests and reviews. To start off this experimental series, I put four of the major plant-based butters through both a sweet and savory test: Earth Balance, Miyoko’s Creamery, Country Crock, and Flora. For the first round, I baked four… Continue reading Which Vegan Butter is Best: Baked and Melted
I don’t know about you, but I am seriously struggling to believe that Christmas is next week. At least in Indiana, the weather is throwing me off. It will be in the 60s one day and in the 30s the next. I keep taking my son to the park thinking it will be the last… Continue reading Weekday Dinner Menu Episode 2: Vegetarian Meals and Mom Tips