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Do you Want To Build a Snowman?
What’s that Smell?
Where to start?
I think I will have to dedicate an entire post or series of posts to this subject pretty soon, seeing as how its relevance just made itself high in my priorities. My heart cried a little as I threw the contents of my fridge into my compost bin. I HATE wasting food. I hear my mom’s voice in the background saying, “You know Han, there are starving kids in Africa.” Yes, there are, but if we keep throwing out food…we will be the ones going hungry. (The situation, here is pretty difficult, but if ABSOLUTELY necessary, I could walk a distance to acquire food.)
10 Food Items that Never Go Bad
9. Peanut Butter
O.K. admittedly this one is a bit of a stretch, BUT if stored correctly it TOO can last a LONG time…so it makes the list. After all, childhood favorites can make a nasty situation a bit more bearable. After all, peanut butter can never go truly bad due to the high fat count. It simply goes rancid after years. For better or worse…you can still consume rancid foods without adverse health effects.
Bread IS life. You can make a perfect loaf of bread with only four ingredients and a pretty tasty one with three. But It’s All About The Base. A sourdough starter can last for centuries! Check out the link to make your starter with only TWO ingredients!
What to Know More
You have been insanely patient with me. Under the circumstances, I felt like this post was a priority, but NEXT TIME at The Ends Of The Earth BLOG the long awaited for follow-up to How to Make a Sourdough Starter will be available. Your own starters must be looking quite bubbly with a faint Eau de Vinegar. Are you having any success? Write us a comment below letting us know how your journey to producing delicious fermented bread is going! If you are experiencing temporary problems with your newest family member, let us know and we will be happy to help! Next time, we are making bread ya’ll and bringing back the smell of fragrant breadfection. See you then!