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    • Jennifer Duncan - science lesson and sourdough starter, all in one :)

    • Brent Davies

      Sourdough ― if you lived in colonial times, life wouldn’t have been convenient. To make flour, for example, you would have needed to grow your own grains, harvest and grind them. And yeast, which came in dried blocks, was often hard to find and not always of good quality. That’s why colonial women turned to an ancient way to make bread rise: they made a yeast mixture called “sourdough,” which they could use again and again. #Sourdough #Yeast #Bread

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    • Denise Crum

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