Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Einkorn sourdough artisan bread tutorial

Since cutting out traditional (modern, hybridized) wheat a year ago, I have switched to using only einkorn flour in all my recipes. Einkorn is an ancient form of wheat that has 14 instead of 42 chromosomes, and a gluten structure that is entirely different from today's wheat. 

As a result, for the first time in years, Isaac has not had any episodes of asthma during this high-allergy season! There is a lot more information on this topic that I hope to be covering in an upcoming video.

Today, I wanted to share a video tutorial of how I make our favorite artisan loaf. Everyone who has tried it has LOVED it. The einkorn makes this loaf have a beautifully crunchy crust, moist crumb, and golden hue.





I use a different recipe to make sandwich loaves, which I will share at another time.

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8 comments:

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  2. Great video! I love the intro-so professional and personal. You make everything look easy. So excited to try making the einkorn again! Thank you so much for posting this. And in general for your blog-I have learned so much from you!! :)

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  3. Do you ever grind your own einkorn wheat?

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  4. Thanks for this video, Zsuzsanna! I really enjoyed watching it. Video is the perfect format for learning cooking techniques, and I can't wait to see your future videos. I'm really excited about learning more about cooking with einkorn and can't wait to try it!!

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  5. Love your videos...you're so calm, makes it relaxing to listen to.

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  6. Thank you for this lovely bread recipe. I used to make sourdough bread and Irish soda bread for my family, quite a bit. This video has reignited my passion for breadmaking. I'm delighted to see you use our world famous Kerrygold butter too. Nothing like it to slather over some freshly baked goodies. Love and light to you and your family.

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  7. Thanks for the video. What size is your Dutch Oven?

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  8. Hahaha at Ps Anderson at the end.. I really wanna try this!

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