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Food for Thought: Health Benefits of Sourdough

Food for Thought: Health Benefits of Sourdough | Fermenting | Scoop.it
“ Fermented foods are oft lauded for their massive health benefits, including beneficial bacteria to balance your intestinal flora and easier digestion. Lactic acid fermentation not only helps to pre...”
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Sourdough bread: Starch digestibility and postprandial glycemic response

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AbstractTo evaluate the influence of sourdough fermentation on starch digestibility in bread, four experimental breads were obtained, prepared from two different wheat flours (whole or white) by two different leavening techniques (sourdough and with Saccharomyces cerevisiae). Products were analyzed for their starch, fiber and resistant starch (RS) content and then submitted to in vitro hydrolysis with porcine alpha-amylase. On the same breads, postprandial blood glucose was evaluated in healthy human subjects. Both sourdough fermented breads gave glycaemic responses significantly lower (p < 0.001) than the corresponding products leavened with S. cerevisiae. On the contrary, the presence of fiber did not influence the glycaemic potential of breads. RS levels were higher in the sourdough products, whereas no differences were observed either in the rate of starch hydrolysis or in the degree of polymerization of the starch residues after the in vitro hydrolysis. We may conclude that sourdough fermentation is a technique able to reduce the glycaemic response to bread and that the mechanism does not seem related to the rate of starch hydrolysis.
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Weekly Sourdough Bread « Zeb Bakes

Weekly Sourdough Bread « Zeb Bakes | Fermenting | Scoop.it
“ If you are going to make your own bread on a regular basis, the method has to fit in with your lifestyle and the time you have, and the type of bread has to be one that you and your household enjoy eating.” Good, thorough tutorial.
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Sourdough Cheese Crackers #SundaySupper - Curious Cuisiniere

Sourdough Cheese Crackers #SundaySupper - Curious Cuisiniere | Fermenting | Scoop.it
“ A great use for that discard sourdough starter, these crackers have a slight sour bite like Cheese Nips, but they pack more cheese flavor.”
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Did you know you can use kefir to make sourdough? Check out this article to find...

Did you know you can use kefir to make sourdough? Check out this article to find... | Fermenting | Scoop.it
Did you know you can use kefir to make sourdough? Check out this article to find out how! This is especially helpful for those who are avoiding grains altogether, and want to make gluten-free sourdough.
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potatobastard: thecakebar: Sourdough Danish...

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“ potatobastard: “thecakebar: “Sourdough Danish Pastries Tutorial ” This is what dreams are made of ” (Photoset: potatobastard: thecakebar: Sourdough Danish Pastries Tutorial {You must click link for FULL...”
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Experimenting with Sourdough

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“ Every sourdough bakery across the land houses a bucket of gently bubbling, slowly fermenting batter made from flour and water. Some bakers call it a culture because much like yoghurt it contains fr...”
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Even if you are avoiding gluten, you can enjoy delicious sourdough baked goods!

Even if you are avoiding gluten, you can enjoy delicious sourdough baked goods! | Fermenting | Scoop.it
Even if you are avoiding gluten, you can enjoy delicious sourdough baked goods!
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Sensitive to Gluten? Traditional Sourdough Offers a Unique Solution to Bread Woes

Sensitive to Gluten? Traditional Sourdough Offers a Unique Solution to Bread Woes | Fermenting | Scoop.it
“ 3rd December 2013 By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World Jack Bezian of Bezian’s Bakery in Santa Monica, California, has an eye-catching sign behind his loaves of bread, stating: “Roman soldiers had only sourdough bread to get...”
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