Sourdough Crackers

Whenever I make sourdough bread, I have approximately 3 cups of starter left over. One cup is designated for saving for the next batch, and then I have 2 to do something else with. If I don’t have the time, energy, or inclination, these two cups of sourdough goodness get dumped down the drain.

And then the sourdough fairies cry.

Well, friends. No longer. I have discovered sourdough crackers. And it was really an easy process.

Mix. Knead. Roll. Cut. Bake. Consume.

They almost taste like pita chips. Dip them in whatever your favorite chip dip is, or eat them straight up. You really can’t go wrong with this crunchy, little cracker.

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Happy baking!

Sourdough Bread

Let the record show that I managed to keep a sourdough starter alive and then turn it into bread. It wasn’t so hard. In fact, it wasn’t hard at all.

If you live near me or if I will be seeing you in the near future and you want a sourdough starter, let me know! I’ll save you one and pass along the recipe I used. If you want to buy your own starter, check out this page to purchase one.