Spelt Sourdough Recipe
I tried out this recipe:
And it was great!
I especially loved the honey, which was added to aid in fermentation, but left a nice residual sweetness behind as well. I think I might have had a bit extra honey in there when I made it.
The ingredients were thus:
530 grams (about 5 cups well fluffed up) whole spelt flour
350 grams (~1+1/2 cups) water
10 grams (1+1/2 tsp) salt
3 Tbs honey or sugar or 2 Tbs agave
1/4 cup sourdough starter
The video goes into details which I've summarized below:
You basically combine the ingredients and let sit for 3 hourr at room temperature, doing a single stretch-and-fold at one hour intervals. You then let it bulk ferment overnight, pinch the top to make a tight skin and seal, let sit in a proofing basket for an hour and a half and bake until 200F on the inside.
Has anyone else tried this recipe? I think this is the best wheat bread I've tasted in my (short baking) life.