Sourdough Bread

It has now been months since we have purchased bread. And equally long since we have had a pizza delivered. I would definitely say that I’ve gotten my money’s worth from Chad Robertson’s Tartine Bread

Last night I started the process to make the two loaves pictured and four pizza doughs which will be wrapped in cling wrap and frozen for future meals.

I sauté some onion in olive oil, add a can of fire roasted crushed tomatoes and then divide the sauce into 4 1/2 pint mason jars. Then, when we want a pizza I just take out a dough in the morning to thaw. Add a jar of sauce and top with some freshly sliced fresh mozzarella and sliced tomato and we have a perfect pizza in 5 minutes bake time.

The bread makes the best grilled cheese and very fine peanut butter sandwiches. And awesome toast!

But this dough is not for the impatient! The process is a long one and seems to take a minimum of 30 hours from start to finish.

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