Artoco Sour Dough Bread Spicy Peach Is Now Pas Yisroel

Artoco Sour Dough Bread from EB Catering Spicy Peach flavor is now Pas Yisroel

Sourdough has recently become popular; Sourdough bread is a traditional bread that has been fermented with a mixture of water and flour, usually containing yeast, and then baked. The word “sourdough” refers to the process of creating dough through the action of wild yeast. The acidity from the sourdough process makes it easier for the dough to rise. Sourdough bread is often used as part of a gluten-free diet, such as in gluten-free baking or for people with celiac disease. Sourdough bread is often made with whole grains and can be made either with or without wheat flour. It may also be made with whole wheat flour or all rye flour, though rye sourdough tends to be sourer than wheat sourdough due to its natural acidity. In the vernacular, “sourdough bread” is often used interchangeably with “yeast bread,” and it sometimes refers to a type of bread that has not been leavened with yeast (i.e., it uses natural souring agents). In such a case, the bread is typically formed with a starter culture of microorganisms

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