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Sourdoughbread

Today I made this really nice sourdough bread. I will make it again in a few days and then add the picture in here. Here is the recipe:

Its super easy, but you need to have a sourdough starter. If you don't have I can give you.

500 gr flour (I use rye flour)
5dl water
1,5 teaspoon salt
40 gr sugar (I use honey instead, 2 tablespoons)
seeds (I use sunflower seeds, linnen seeds, malt grains, whatever I have in the kitchen)
1 tablespoon dark cumin (it has a minty flavor, not like the indian cumin)

I usually have the water at body temperature and mix the salt and sugar/honey in there, then I mix that with the dry ingredients.

Then I add the sourdough (which I took aside last time I made the bread) and mix very well.
I sterilize the class and take out a new starter, and keep that for the next bread. If you keep it in the fridge it can stay about a week or more at least give it a day rest before you make a new bread.

then put the dough in a bread form, and leave it in a warm place over night (6-8 hours)

Then next day, pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees, bake the bread for 50 min, then switch it to 150 degrees for 10 min.

Offer to Krishna and enjoy! 

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