Hello everyone! I am from northeast Ohio and excited to try Wild Bread. I started my mother yesterday using Kamut flour. It was super thick, almost like cookie dough, but I resisted the urge to add more water. Today it is thinner and even has a couple of bubbles! I am so excited!
I have a small plot of about an acre, with a small garden, and am loving being outdoors in the warm weather. I am a high school teacher, so this summer break is especially welcomed after the craziness of jumping to an online format quickly. My wild bread project is just the activity I need to soothe my soul during these crazy times. I will try to keep you posted as the journey continues!
Hi Joyce, it sounds like you have a little slice of heaven with your plot and small garden. I also find baking wonderfully therapeutic. This is even more true when baking with a wild yeast mother created using just flour and water, and coaxing it to life with each feeding.