In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- It involves two types of sourdough starter: konini, which is quite sweet, and sourdough, which is quite tangy.
- Also an organic farm, it produces cheddar cheese from its own chemical-tree milk, and makes sourdough bread from organically grown grain, leavened with natural sourdough.
- Bread dough is made with high-protein flour, leavened with yeast or sourdough, and kneaded with water to develop the gluten, yielding a characteristic spongy appearance and chewy texture.
- Injera is similar to a Greek pita or a tortilla made from sourdough and soda water which makes for a chewy pancake-like texture.
- They make their bread with sourdough because they have no baking powder.
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