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Here’s the next step in mastering the Tartine loaf: mixing a leaven. You can do this once you’ve trained your bread starter. You’ll use some of the leaven in your bread dough to make it rise, and you’ll save a portion that you’ll keep alive as your starter and will feed regularly. The night before you’re […]

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Instead of using baking soda or powder to leaven breads, you can make your own leavening agent by fermenting flour and water. It takes a few days, but the developed flavor (and personal touch) it gives is so worth it. I learned this method from Tartine Bread. Using a 50/50 whole wheat and bread flour mixture, […]

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The sun comes out and San Franciscans lose their ish. Seriously. When the thermometer creeps above 67 people sing and frolic in the streets. That being said, I am not above this behavior. We’ve had some beautiful days weeks past (we even reached EIGHTY! WOO!) which inspired the return of this quick and fresh lemon […]

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One sunny afternoon in Paris, my French mom went to throw away 3 perfectly browned bananas. “Attends!” (wait!) I cried. “You want zeese old tsings?” she asked. “Bien sûr,” (of course) I replied. I grabbed the nut cracker and started on the mound of walnuts in the corner, remembering to peel away the tough membrane […]

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