National Sourdough Bread Day - 2021-04-01
What is National Sourdough Bread Day?
Today is National Sourdough Bread Day! One of the world’s oldest bread, sourdough is made from a naturally-occurring friendly yeast called lactobacillus. Every baker knows that bread is made through the fermentation process. A sourdough loaf is made through the use of wild yeasts. The use of naturally occurring yeasts and friendly bacteria in lieu of cultivated yeast leads to a slightly sour flavor; nevertheless, the taste is pleasant. Sourdough leavening is a form of the oldest form of leavening. It has been used for over three thousand years. In fact, it was the most commonly used leavening agent in Europe from medieval times through the nineteenth century. Make some homemade sourdough bread and share a recipe or order some from your favorite bakery. Celebrate by tagging the bakery and telling them how much you appreciate them.
When is National Sourdough Bread Day?
National Sourdough Bread Day is celebrated on April 1 of every year.
History of National Sourdough Bread Day
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