Bread crumb sourdough
Recently on the verge of discarding a small piece of soon-to-be stale bread leavings, I was constrained to recycle rather than discard. Strange decision for one with Norvicensian rather than Scottish ancestry!
With this in mind, I Googled a few combinations of relevant words and came across “Bread Crumb Sourdough” recipe on www.Wildyeastblog.com. I think it may have featured on TFL before? This provided the platform for some fun and, as my loaf remnant was more whole wheat than rye, it required a tweak or two that I forgot to record.
Anyway, the loaf was light of crust and the slices were soft in texture with a slight nutty taste on the palette. Not to push the recycle envelope too far, I think a croque monsieur will be on the menu as the surviving loaf approaches old age! Subjoined is a couple of not-so-good iPhone photos. Next time I might try lifting the hydration a few beeps.