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Looking for another super delicious sourdough recipe? Try this one for Apple Walnut Sourdough Muffins One thing we have plenty of here on Turnips 2 Tangerines are recipes using a sourdough starter. Our sourdough journey started almost 7 years ago and we haven’t looked back. Sourdough has been in our ‘baking lives’ from breakfast to dinner time. From biscuits to waffles, we have made many recipes and we have many more to go:)

sourdough oatmeal
sourdough oatmeal
sourdough oatmeal

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    • Sorry About that!! Add the cinnamon and nutmeg with the other dry ingredients:) I’ll fix it right now. Lynn PS. Thanks for stopping by.

  1. the sugar quantity in thus seems a lot how much can it be reduced by without affecting the finished product ?

    • Hello Frank,
      You can always reduce the sugar somewhat in a recipe or use a sugar substitute. The flavor will change slightly, not as sweet being the obvious:) I try to keep a sugar substitute on hand just for this purpose. If a recipe seems to have an over amount of sugar, I use the substitute. Lynn

  2. This bread is our favorite! I have 100% hydration homemade starter and it works well with this. It is the only sourdough bread that doesn’t fall apart on us. Thanks for sharing!

    • Hello!! So glad you like the bread. It’s one of my favorite. Another great bread to try, that turns out every time is cinnamon raisin sourdough bread. Look for it in our recipe box. Give it a try and let me know how it goes. Thanks so much for sharing:) Lynn

  3. This turned out so good! It will be my go to bread from now on!I am really struggling with getting my bread to rise in the winter. Do you have any suggestions? We have forced air heat that we keep at 68* or so. My oven only goes down to 170*f so that’s too warm. Was thinking about maybe a ‘bread box’ that my dough could go in and turn my Eden pure on to heat haha haha

    • I’m so happy to hear that this super bread turned out for you. It’s one of my favorites. I love it toasted then spread with peanut butter and a drizzle of honey hehe. My perfect ‘bread’ spot in my house, in the winter, is on top of a bookshelf in my living room:) A girl or guy has gotta do, what you gotta do, to get that bread to rise;) Lynn

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