In a perfect world, I would have my well-planned grocery list at my fingertips every time I go shopping. Unfortunately, this is not quite the case 99.9% of the times, but still, my goal is to get in and out of the market as quick as possible. Here some tips and tricks on how to maximize the efficiency and the consciousness of what we buy.
Both sourdough and yeast are widely used in bread making. They are also referred to as “natural” yeasts, triggering a spontaneous fermentation; whereas chemical yeasts, such as bicarbonate or ammonium, work by chemical reaction. In this post I am going to explain the main differences between these two types of starters both in term of fermentation and final baking product.