POTUS TRUMP REAL APPROVAL PROBABLY AT 80% TO 90%. BARREL & PORK. (Also FREE GIFT OF RICHARD LINFORD’S EBOOK ARTISAN SOURDOUGH BREAD? Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.)


PORK, while the Rasmussen daily tracking 
poll 
(https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/political_updates/prez_track_dec23
shows POTUS Trump’s approval rating at 
48% today on December 23, 2019, my marketing
and advertising observation is still this: 
POTUS Trump’s actual POSITIVE approval rating 
is 80% plus and probably 90% plus.

POTUS Trump has had and continues to have 80 – 90% of 
all political media coverage [which 
equates to multi-millions if not billions of dollars in free 
advertising]. 

All other politicians or celebrities are eclipsed. 

POTUS TRUMP has always been on top despite the 

impeachment nonsense. He has always 

been going in the right direction. His actions show he has done 

and he is doing all he can to help us be FREE, SAFE, AND 

PROSPEROUS while the do nothing democrats Nancy and 

Chuck and Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler have done 

nothing to help us be FREE, SAFE, and PROSPEROUS since 

POTUS Trump was elected.

At one point back in September of 2017, there appeared to be a 


“turning point” when 

Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi feigned working with 

POTUS Trump regarding a natural disaster.

Such working together may have been true for a couple of 


days, and not for any fault of Chuck and Nancy; the fact is  

Chuck and Nancy haven’t continued to work with him as they 

promised.

Their actions for the moment looked cooperative.

In hindsight, now that we all have suffered through their 


impeachment debacle, it is clear to the whole world that their then 


few days cooperation was grand standing and a sham.

And this applies to the other do nothing democrats.

So I withdraw any compliments for Chuck and Nancy.  

The democrats continued 

and still continue their do nothing Russia collusion 

and Ukraine fault-finding and their impeach Trump narrative and 


their “open “unvetted borders” and “abolish ice” narratives and 


“late term abortion” narratives.

There is now no hope Chuck or Nancy will rise to the level of 


statesman and stateswoman. 

I quote Michael Goodwin of the New York Post who wrote back in 


September 2017


1.    “Yet beyond the professional activists, ideologues and consultants, much [I add 80%-90%] of America yearns for more government cooperation and less combat.

2.     “Like children watching their parents fight, most voters [democrat or republican or independent] just want a productive peace, not an endless battle for ­total victory that yields nothing of common value.

3.     “Above all, they want a government that works for them, not one fixated on partisan score keeping and ideological litmus tests.

My conclusion, and notwithstanding the left and mainstream 


media meltdown over impeachment, the POTUS Trump brand is 


still at 80% to 90% POSITIVE approval not 48% or 46%. 


POTUS Trump has delivered on more than 300 campaign promises


and POTUS Trump continues to deliver on his campaign promises, 


one after another.

    Addendum:

For a patriotic American, patriotism is to champion our Constitutional rights of life, liberty, pursuit of happiness, and the freedoms promised to ALL – BLACKS, HISPANICS, NATIVE AMERICANS, ASIAN AMERICANS, WHITES, ETC., ALL, including BOTH the right of women to choose and the right to life of the unborn.

    Our needs and wants aren’t hard to figure out. 

    We all simply want for ourselves and our unborn to

    be FREE, SAFE, and PROSPEROUS.


SO to congress — the simple request is rise to the level of statesmen and stateswomen and stop this impeachment nonsense and help us be free, safe, and prosperous or resign and get out of the way.

1. We simply want FREEDOM. *Freedom of Religion; *Freedom of Speech; *Freedom of Assembly; *Right to bear arms; *Eliminate political correctness. *Cut government bureaucracy and regulations! *Regarding Freedom of Religion, let Christian, Jew, Muslim, Atheist worship how, where, or what they may so long as they respect the rights of others. *Work together across the aisle. This is what a POTUS and the congress should stand for.

2. We simply want SAFETY. *Support Law and Order [Indict the leakers and FBI disaffected leadership and the Clintons and any others if they deserve it]; *Support police officers and our military and border patrol; *Uphold our Right to bear arms; *Protect our borders; *Build the wall NOW [HURRICANE AND THE LIKE DISASTERS ARE NO EXCUSE NOT TO BUILD THE WALL NOW]; *Vet immigrants and visitors stringently; *Eliminate ISIS/al Qaeda; *Get rid of MS 13 and other gangs; identify and prosecute criminal syndicates; *Ensure no NK/Iran nukes; *TEAR DOWN THE KOREAN DMZ; *Care for our Vets; *Strengthen our military; *Work with Russia and China, Great Britain, the EU, and Canada and Central and South America. *Stop the murders in Chicago and Baltimore and other cities; *Get rid of sanctuary cities and support ICE. This is what a POTUS and the congress should stand for.

3. We simply want PROSPERITY. *Several hundred million new jobs; *Enhance U.S. manufacturing; *Establish Energy independence; *Foster Technology advances; *Push Space exploration; *Work with other countries so long as the deal is fair; *Eliminate the national debt; Ensure clean air and water and care for our environment. *Take the lead in Artificial Intelligence. This is what a POTUS and the congress should stand for.

4. We simply want you to STOP DUMPING OUR TREASURE IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND IMPROVE OUR INFRASTRUCTURE. *Better roads; *Better pipe system; *Better airports; *Better ports; *Better bridges; *Better secure free enhanced internet. Including the INFRASTRUCTURE in our Inner Cities. Stop sending out military and treasure to the Middle East. This is what a POTUS and the congress should stand for.


SO to congress – Chuck and Nancy in particular — the simple request is rise to the level of statesmen and stateswomen and stop this impeachment nonsense and help us be free, safe, and prosperous or resign and get out of the way.


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1.      foreword

2.      My daughter visited me and while she was with me she taught me how to make sourdough bread; and she gave me some starter she was given at a Bausch mixer cooking class.

3.      Since that day, and acknowledging her kindness, I’ve taken up sourdough bread making; and to-date, I’ve found a great deal of enjoyment baking and giving away my bread. By now I have given away many more loaves than I have eaten. I’ve also learned a few things about bread making and have thrown away a couple of beginner loaves as well simply because they were not up to my standards.

4.      With these checklists, sourdough bread is not hard to make. It is tasty, healthy, filling, and the loaves make great gifts. With this little intro, keep in mind that well made artisan sourdough bread is to cry for if not to die for. Sourdough bread when well made can be the best.

5.      I hope you find these checklists not only interesting, but also sufficiently motivating so you think seriously about taking up your own Artisan Sourdough Bread making avocation or for that matter vocation.

6.      And while you are at it, think about giving away some if not much of your bread to your family, neighbors, and friends.

7.      I don’t like the traditional recipe format. For ease of use, for avoiding cooking mistakes, I like my recipe checklists better. So here goes.

8.       SOURDOUGH BREAD — BASIC

9.       NEEDED (pun intended):

10.   Quality all-purpose fresh flour, salt, water, starter, non-stick cooking spray, butter or olive oil.

11.   Large non-metal mixing bowl, spatula (I use a rubber one), heavy ceramic* pot with lid, cooking parchment paper, cutting board, plastic wrap or dish towel.

12.   *Purists say do not use metal. Purists say do not use stainless steel. Purists say the acids make sourdough sour and acids react to any metals.

13.   I use a large metal mixing bowl and a rubber spatula and to-date have not noticed any problem with quality.

HOW TO Make Sourdough Bread:

14.   To the large mixing bowl:

15.   Add 3 and ½ cups FLOUR.

16.   Add 2 tsp SALT.

17.   STIR UNTIL MIXED.

18.   Add 2 cups WATER.

19.   Add 1/3 cup STARTER.

20.   STIR UNTIL MIXED.

21.   COVER FOR 12 to 24 HOURS.

22.   SPREAD FLOUR on cutting board.

23.   DUMP DOUGH ON cutting board.

24.   KNEAD DOUGH 15 to 20 times by hand or with spatula.

SPRAY INSIDE OF POT WITH NON-STICK COOKING SPRAY.

25.   PLACE PARCHMENT PAPER IN POT.

26.   PLACE KNEADED DOUGH IN POT.

27.   COVER WITH LID OR PLASTIC WRAP OR DISH TOWEL

28.   LET DOUGH RISE 2 to 3 HOURS UNTIL DOUBLE IN SIZE.

29.   I set my pot in the cold oven while my dough rises.

30.   TURN OVEN ON AT 425 DEGREES AND BAKE FOR 30 MINUTES.

31.   TAKE LID OFF.

32.   BASTE TOP OF BREAD WITH BUTTER OR OLIVE OIL.

33.   BAKE WITHOUT LID FOR ANOTHER 30 MINUTES.

34.   LET COOL.

35.   EAT.

36.   ENJOY.

37.   DOUBLE THE RECIPE?

38.   DOUBLE THE INGREDIENTS.

39.   Feel free to be creative.

40.   SOURDOUGH BREAD – BENEFITS – SAID BY SOME TO BE THE HEALTHIEST BREAD.

41.   SOURDOUGH BREAD – BENEFITS – TAKING UP BAKING HELPED ONE PERSON I KNOW OF STOP DRINKING ALCOHOL

42.   SOURDOUGH BREAD — HISTORY

43.   An oldest form of leavened bread, dating back to Egypt.

44.   Sourdough was carried in back packs and covered wagons by explorers and pioneers – was used by California and Klondike gold rush miners, and was used to leaven bread before commercial baking yeast was available.

45.   Sourdough starter may have been discovered by accident when wild yeast found its way into dough.

46.   Alaskan miners allegedly slept with their starter to keep it from freezing.

47.   I don’t recommend sleeping with your starter.

48.   See Sharon Vail, Sourdough: More than a Bread. September 12, 2006. NPR. https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6061648

49.   National Sourdough Bread Day is April 1.

50.   SOURDOUGH BREAD – JOBS.

51.   There are artisan bread making jobs available. Check Google.

52.   SOURDOUGH BREAD VARIATIONS

53.   ADD CHOCOLATE CHIPS DURING KNEADING OR

54.   ADD A PACKAGE OF TRAIL MIX OR

55.   ADD A CUP OF RAISONS OR

56.   THE BEST MOST TASTY VARIATION I’VE FOUND TO-DATE?

57.   ADD A CUP OF CRANBERRY CRAZENS

58.   I don’t recommend adding chocolate chips. The chips melt and the chocolate taste is lost in the sourdough taste.

59.   Trail mix is ok.

60.   Again, if you are going to try adding components, the cranberry crazens work best for me.

61.   There are a number of Artisan Bread making recipe variations.

SOURDOUGH BREAD AND STARTER TIPS

62.   Again, some say don’t use metal or stainless steel.

63.   Use ceramic bowls and wooden spoons

64.   Take good care of your starter, some say out of respect for its long history, out of respect for the many individuals and families fed over the years because of sourdough starter.

65.   There are stories of starter kept alive for ten years or more.

66.   So keep your starter alive.

67.   Add equal parts of warm water and flour to your starter every few weeks.

68.   Store your starter in your refrigerator.

69.   It can last for a long, long time.

70.   It will improve with age.

71.   Stir it periodically.

72.   If you have a sourdough junkie in your family, your sourdough starter may be one of the very best legacies you can pass on from generation to generation.

73.   Again, toss the starter if it shows any pink or orange or other odd color or carries a strange odor.

74.   SOURDOUGH BREAD – SAN FRANCISCO

75.   NEEDED:

76.   4 ¾ cups all-purpose flour

77.   3 tablespoons white sugar

78.   2 ½ teaspoons salt

79.   1 package active dry yeast (.25 ounce)

80.   1 cup warm milk

81.   2 tablespoons softened margarine or butter

82.   1 ½ cups sourdough starter

83.   1 extra large egg

84.   1 tablespoon water

85.   ¼ cup chopped onion

86.   Large non-metal mixing bowl

87.   Non-metal mixing utensil

88.   HOW TO Make San Francisco Sourdough Bread:

89.   To large bowl,

90.   ADD/STIR/MIX –

91.   4 ¾ cups all-purpose flour

92.   3 tablespoons white sugar

93.   2 ½ teaspoons salt

94.   1 package active dry yeast (.25 ounce)

95.   ADD/STIR/MIX.

96.   1 cup warm milk or as much as needed

97.   2 tablespoons softened margarine or butter

98.   1 ½ cups sourdough starter

99.   Flour surface of non-metal cutting board or surface

100.           DROP Dough onto floured surface

101.           Knead for 10 minutes

102.           Drop dough into greased bowl and turn once to oil surface

103.           COVER

104.           LET RISE for 1 hour or until volume doubles

105.           PUNCH DOWN

106.           Let it rest for 15 minutes

107.           Shape loaves

108.           Place loaves on greased baking pan

109.           Let it rise for 1 hour or until doubles

110.           MAKE egg wash – 1 egg mixed with 1 tablespoon water

111.           BRUSH egg wash on tops of loaves

112.           You may want to sprinkle with chopped onion (you may not)

113.           With lid on, BAKE at 425 degrees F  for 30 minutes

114.           With lid off, BAKE at 425 degrees F for another 30 minutes or until fully cooked

115.           Cool

116.           Eat

117.           HOW TO MAKE ARTISAN SOURDOUGH BREAD. CHECK OUT THESE VIDEOS:

118.           Artisan Sourdough Bread – Breadworld by Fleischmann’s Bread World. http://www.breadworld.com/recipe/Artisan-Sourdough-Bread

119.           ARTISAN SOURDOUGH BREAD MADE WITH A STIFF STARTER. https://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/artisan-sourdough-bread-made-with-a-stiff-starter-recipe

120.           Artisan Sourdough Bread from Amazon. Free 2-day Shipping with Prime Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=artisan+sourdough+bread&gclid=CjwKCAjwlPTmBRBoEiwAHqpvhSDbbd03Uf4B3w17iFD2SlKdzHJCQw20Xos5OsumGnY8TgaHyMTwohoCY48QAvD_BwE&hvadid=242090241053&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9051875&hvnetw=g&hvpos=1o1&hvqmt=e&hvrand=1713447390197666619&hvtargid=kwd-320083297189&hydadcr=16183_9800755&tag=googhydr-20&ref=pd_sl_8zgx0th4a5_e

121.           Artisan Sourdough Made Simple. How to Make Simple Sourdough Bread: A Step-By-Step Guide. https://alexandracooks.com/2017/10/24/artisan-sourdough-made-simple-sourdough-bread-demystified-a-beginners-guide-to-sourdough-baking/

122.           Beginner Artisan Sourdough Bread Recipe. Homemade. https://www.homemadefoodjunkie.com/tartine-style-sourdough-bread-recipe/

123.           Easy Sourdough Artisan Bread Recipe. An Oregon Cottage. https://anoregoncottage.com/easy-sourdough-artisan-bread/

124.           How to Make Artisan Sourdough Bread. The Pioneer Woman. https://thepioneerwoman.com/food-and-friends/how-to-make-artisan-sourdough-bread/

125.           Mastering the Art of Artisan Sourdough Bread. Foodal. https://foodal.com/knowledge/baking/artisan-sourdough-bread/

126.           My Best Sourdough Recipe. The Perfect Loaf. https://www.theperfectloaf.com/best-sourdough-recipe/

127.           Rosemary Artisan Sourdough Bread. Aroma Tools Blog. http://blog.aromatools.com/2017/01/26/rosemary-artisan-sourdough-bread/?gclid=CjwKCAjwlPTmBRBoEiwAHqpvhRW7MM0VCpJm_QsZfKILMxumEVoH7k-7gTM4S3uy0rlqAO61cjTN-hoCoPkQAvD_BwE

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128.           CHECK OUT THESE TITLES ON THE INTERNET.

129.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – 10+ BEST RECIPES

130.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – AMAZONFRESH GROCERY DELIVERY

131.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – AMISH FRIENDSHIP RUSTIC

132.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – ARTISAN

133.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – BBC FOOD

134.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – BEGINNER’S PERFECT LOAF

135.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — BERKELEY

136.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – BEST IN THE WORLD

137.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – BOB’S RED MILL

138.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — CHOCOLATE

139.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – CHOCOLATE-CHERRY

140.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – CLASSES, CLUBS, COURSES

141.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – CLASSIC – BETTER HOMES & GARDENS

142.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – COCO BAKES

143.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — COUNTRY

144.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – COUNTRY CRUST

145.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – CRUSTY

146.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – DukeWorthy™ SEATTLE DOUBLE

147.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – EASY

148.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – EBAY DELIVERY

149.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – Em’s BREAD – PEACE, LOVE, BREAD

150.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – FARM-BRED WITH BACON

151.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – FARMHOUSE™ PEPPERIDGE FARM

152.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – FINNISH RYE

153.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – FIVE REASONS YOU WON’T FIND SOURDOUGH BREAD AT THE SUPERMARKET

154.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – FOCACCIA – SIMPLE

155.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – GARLIC AND VINEGAR

156.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – GENIUS KITCHEN

157.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – GLUTEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE, YEAST

158.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – GLUTEN FREE

159.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – GLUTEN FREE KEFIR

160.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – GRAIN FREE CASHEW – THE URBAN POSER

161.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – HOMEMADE

162.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – HONEY WITH ROASTED WALNUTS

163.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – HOW TO MAKE ARTISON SOURDOUGH BREAD

164.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – IKARIAN-STYLE

165.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – KING ARTHUR

166.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – KOMBUCHA – AND PANCAKE RECIPES ALSO

167.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – MADE FROM WHEAT AND NONTOXIC FLOURS

168.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – MASTERCLASS

169.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – MIXES

170.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – MORE RECIPES

171.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – NO KNEAD (CHEATERS?)

172.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – NO YEAST

173.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – NON-BAKER’S GUIDE

174.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – NORTHWEST

175.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – OPRAH

176.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — OR LEVAIN

177.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — ORDER

178.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – ORWASHERS – NYC ORIGINAL ARTISAN BAKERY

179.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — OUTLET

180.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – QUICK

181.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – RECIPE FOR RAVE REVIEWS

182.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – RECIPES WE LOVE

183.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – RESTLESS CHIPOTLE

184.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – ROASTED GARLIC AND ROSEMARY

185.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – RUSTIC

186.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – SAN FRANCISCO – WHY IT TASTES SO GOOD

187.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – SCHLOTZSKY’S — COPYCAT

188.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – SCIENCE

189.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — SECRETS

190.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – SIMPLIFIED

191.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – SPROUTED WHEAT – TRADER JOE’S

192.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — STARTER

193.           NEEDED:

194.           All-purpose white flour, 1 package of active dry yeast (.24 ounce), sugar, salt, warm water (NOT HOT. IT WILL KILL YOUR YEAST).

195.           Glass jar with lid or you can cover it with a plastic sandwich bag, wood or plastic spoon, plastic mixing bowl.

196.           HOW TO MAKE STARTER:

197.           Mix –

198.           2 cups flour

199.           2 cups warm water

200.           3 tablespoons sugar

201.           1 teaspoon salt

202.           1 package active dry yeast (.24 ounce)

203.           Place mixed starter in glass quart jar.

204.           Place lid on jar LOOSLY.

205.           Let it sit in your kitchen or pantry for 2-4 days so it ferments.

206.           You may want to place a rubber band at top of starter so you can track increase.

207.           Stir your starter at least once each week.

208.           Watch it periodically to see it doesn’t overflow.

209.           Place it in a bowl or on a cookie sheet or cutting board to catch any overflow.

210.           Refrigerate your starter after it ferments – bubbles and has sour smell.

211.           When you use starter, add equal amounts of flour and water to maintain your starter.

212.           Take your starter out of your refrigerator 12-24 hours before you bake.

213.           Stir it and see if it bubbles.

214.           Where liquid is clear or light brown, that’s ok.

215.           Starters improve with age and as I said can be passed down to family or friends.

216.           If your starter has any odd color, throw it out and try again.

217.           Note that a little sugar helps because wild yeasts add to the mix and augment the fermentation.

218.           One approach to adding to your starter: Day before using your starter, take a cup of starter and mix it in a bowl with equal parts flour and water.

219.           Next day, take half cup of the new mixed starter and return it to your glass jar in your refrigerator and use the rest for cooking.

220.           MORE ON THE INTERNET. CHECK OUT:

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223.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – THE ART AND THE SCIENCE

224.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – THE BEST

225.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – THE RISE AND RISE OF SOURDOUGH BREAD

226.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — TRADITIONAL

227.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — VEGAN

228.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – VANILLA AND BEAN

229.           SOURDOUGH BREAD — WHITE

230.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – WHOLE GRAIN

231.           SOURDOUGH BREAD – WILLIAMS SONOMA

232.           SOURDOUGH – OTHER — ON THE INTERNET CHECK OUT:

233.           SOURDOUGH BAGUETTES

234.           SOURDOUGH BISCUITS AND ROLLS

235.           SOURDOUGH BLONDIES

236.           SOURDOUGH BROWNIES (The sourdough makes the brownies extra chewy.)

237.           NEEDED:

238.           4 oz baking chocolate,

239.           ½ cup hot water,

240.           1 tsp. baking soda,

241.           1 cup butter or coconut oil,

242.           2 cups sugar,

243.           2 eggs,

244.           2 tsp. vanilla extract,

245.           1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans,

246.           1 ½ cups sifted flour,

247.           ½ tsp salt,

248.           1 ½ cups sourdough starter.

249.           Double boiler or pan;

250.           greased 9 x 13 inch pan.

251.           HOW TO MAKE SOURDOUGH BROWNIES:

252.           Melt 4 oz chocolate in double boiler using medium heat

253.           Pour in ½ cup hot water

254.           Combine the two thoroughly

255.           Stir in 1 tsp baking soda until mix is foamy

256.           Set aside and cool until lukewarm

257.           Cream together 1 cup butter or coconut oil and 2 cups sugar until fluffy

258.           Add eggs.

259.           Mix well.

260.           Add 2 tsp vanilla extract

261.           Add chocolate mixture (steps 4 thru 8)

262.           Add nuts

263.           Add 1 ½ cups flour

264.           Add ½ tsp salt

265.           Add and combine 1 ½ cups sourdough starter (Don’t over mix)

266.           Pour into greased 9 x 13 inch pan

267.           Let rise in warm spot (70 to 85 degrees)

268.           Preheat oven to 35 degrees F

269.           Bake brownies 35-40 minutes

270.           Cool

271.           Serve

272.           See https://www.culturesforhealth.com/learn/recipe/sourdough-recipes/sourdough-brownies/SOURDOUGH COOKIES

273.           ON THE INTERNET CHECK OUT:

274.           SOURDOUGH BROWNIES NORTHWEST STYLE

275.           SOURDOUGH BROWNIES –RYE – DAIRY FREE ALSO

276.           SOURDOUGH BROWNIES — VEGAN

277.           SOURDOUGH BROWNIES WITH CHOCOLATE CHIPS

278.           SOURDOUGH FLATBREAD

279.           SOURDOUGH PANCAKES/FLAPJACKS

280.           SOURDOUGH PASTA

281.           SOURDOUGH PIE CRUST

282.           SOURDOUGH CHOCOLATE CAKE

283.           CHECK OUT THESE VIDEOS FOR ADDED DETAILS:

284.           All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour Blend – Gluten Free with Alex T. TheOfficialHungry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gA-cfnZq35Y

285.           Chemistry of Bread Making: An Introduction to the Science of Baking. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H9pyNHxIO8

286.           Fast Sourdough Recipe by ‘No-Knead Bread’ Maker Jim Lahey. https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=drCg9IQSGRo

287.           Feeding Sourdough Starter – What to do with your new sourdough … Hobbs House Bakery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3LXDo9WSlg

288.           Foolproof Sourdough Bread Recipe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxPTdIrsxOw

289.           Gluten-Free Flour Recipe. Our Little Homestead! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWLfkcBWXCw

290.           How to Develop Dough Strength. Full Proof Baking. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bncopq4aH1Y&t=1s

291.           How to extract separate gluten from wheat four. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBJ61G4jgNU

292.           How to Get Open Crumb from Stiff Dough. Trevor J. Wilson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxfbiGto4R8

293.           How to Make a Foolproof Sourdough Starter. Mary’s Nest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae15FVHTIZE

294.           How to make a Sourdough Starter, Amy Duska. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHIOmtuB2oc

295.           How to Make Sourdough Bread by Feel (No Recipe). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yg5nLQVg4VY

296.           How to Make Sourdough Bread Masterclass. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FVfJTGpXnU

297.           How to Make Sourdough Starter. Scandinavian Today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWp_PED6hw8

298.           How To Make The World’s Tastiest Sourdough bread. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=be57uXRf5xo

299.           How to Make Your Own Gluten Free Flour Blend. Ariyele Ressler. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0n3ENlEiedI

300.           Science: What is Gluten? Here’s How to See and Feel Gluten. America’s Test Kitchen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDEcvSc2UKA

301.           Secrets of Sourdough: Science on the SPOT. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5xOpss4j5E

302.           Sourdough Battle – King Arthur vs. San Francisco – Part 1. Vino Farm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBiw3wm6Lys

303.           Sourdough Bread – Part 1: The Starter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FkGX3xGlog

304.           Sourdough Bread – Part 2: The Loaf. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WytffmZQGwA

305.           Sourdough Bread for Backcountry Skiers. Andrew Drummond. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkGjSGtEoNY

306.           Sourdough Demystified: Bulk Fermentation. Ryan Lowe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72CeGonstRs

307.           Sourdough Starter Management. Breadtopia. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpxFkUYz8LY

308.           Sourdough Starter tips, part 1. Wellness Made Simple. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axKt60ua8ys

309.           Step By Step No Knead Sourdough // Easy Sourdough // Coil Folding. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwsTxK1Xmqk

310.           Tartine Sourdough Bread Recipe – Full Tutorial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HIUYCDUCdk

311.           The Perfect Sourdough Artisan Bread – A Step-By-Step Guide. Chef Rachida. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAH28Hm81FQ

312.           When is Dough Fully Fermented? Is Bulk Proof Over? – San Francisco … Northwest Sourdough. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nrASfyphpU

313.           White Sourdough Bread_Wild Yeast Starter Leaven. Mukgling. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCb4UVTJcSQ

435.           His book written before ARTISAN SOURDOUGH BREAD?

436.           GROW GOURMET GARLIC – CHECKLISTS AND BUSINESS PLAN

437.           How to Grow, Eat, Use, and Sell GARLIC for fun, food or serious money

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441.           ARTISAN SOURDOUGH BREAD?

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443.           Then they tasted it and they were amazed at how good it is.

444.           Richard W. Linford

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