We’ve been over all the health benefits of sourdough bread and how it breaks down in our bodies. The obvious next step is to get baking some sourdough bread of your own.
Not only is sourdough bread low in carbs but it can also be made with gluten-free flour, making it the perfect bread for almost any dietHere’s how to make a sourdough starter and bake the perfect loaf of gluten-free sourdough bread.
To make sourdough bread, first, you have to make a sourdough starter. This is a bit of a process so we’re going to go over how to make a starter for delicious sourdough bread.Making a starter is a five-day process so make sure you start at least five days before you’re planning to bake the sourdough bread.
If your first loaf doesn’t turn out right, don’t be discouraged. It takes a lot of tweaking with your starter and other ingredients to get the best sourdough bread. It also depends on how you like your bread, smooth or crusty.
Now, it’s time to make your bread! The sourdough starter is done and that’s the hardest part. The rest is a breeze in comparison.
Just like making the sourdough starter, you will need to let the dough sit for a while, usually between one and two days.This recipe should make about six servings or six slices of bread. Each serving has about 162 calories.
Baking sourdough bread can seem intimidating but with the right sourdough starter and some practice, you can make the perfect loaf.