Multigrain Sourdough

Multigrain Sourdough

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Multigrain Sourdough

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All natural Levain  Multigrain Sourdough. Proven to be gluten friendly. We use seven different grains; to make our multigrain sourdough,whole wheat, millet, cracked rye, flax, sunflower, sesame, poppy seeds. Baked to perfection with a deep an intense complex flavor.

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Every baker who’s worth his or her dough has to know how to bake the perfect sourdough loaf. But every artisan baker who is passionate about the craft has to work to master the art of this simple, yet complex form of bread. Like our multigrain sourdough.

You can make sourdough with a starter or leaven. Which is a mixture of flour, water and naturally occurring bacteria and yeast. The enzymes produced during the process break down sugars which are metabolized by the natural yeast. Over time (days or weeks), a stable culture is created and refreshed or “fed” at crucial intervals with flour and water, which produces gas to rise or leaven the bread.

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It is a fine science keeping the starter happy and active.

We presoak our multigrain seeds. Soak in water and in sourdough starter. Multigrain seeds will absorb more moisture thiss way for softer bread!

Sourdough and Gluten Intolerance

The Sourdough School in England was asked: “So why is Sourdough bread healthier than ordinary bread?”

The Answer is really simple: Conclusion: The principal storage of phosphorus in seeds is found in the bran part of wheat. And is called phytic acid. In humans, and animals with one stomach. This phytic acid inhibits enzymes which are needed for the breakdown of proteins and starch in the stomach. It is this lack of enzymes which results in digestive difficulties.

The Answer is really simple: Conclusion :“The principal storage of phosphorus in seeds is found in the bran part of wheat. And is called phytic acid. In humans, and animals with one stomach. This phytic acid inhibits enzymes which are needed for the breakdown of proteins and starch in the stomach. It is this lack of enzymes which results in digestive difficulties.

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