This fart goblin bread smells delicious.

For bread, I think the recipe makes a significant difference in the final outcome. Whereas carob powder and lots of espresso killed my first sourdough pumpernickel bread, coffee and cocoa powder made this batch delightful. Also, the fermenting time intervals were shorter as was the baking time, only 50 minutes! Here’s the link to the recipe:
http://www.food.com/recipe/sourdough-pumpernickel-430350

from humble origins.

to an impressive result.

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1 Comment »

  1. Jackie Hartson Said:

    “Fart goblin bread” eek….
    Now that sounds really enticing!
    It would be one of those ….”you try it first”…responses.


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