No yeast added bread.
I just made two round loaves of bread with my buttermilk starter, but with no yeast added, sort of following directions from a Martha Rose Shulman book, but really only for salt measurements and oven temp. Used water instead of milk for the dough, no sugar or honey just a tsp. of malt extract, and let the dough rise for about 5 hours. Then I shaped it, pretty wet, divided it in two and put one in a greased bowl, the other in a floured, cheesecloth-lined basket, and let them rise another couple of hours. When I turned them out onto the baking sheet, the one from the bowl spread like mad, the other less so, but I just shoved them into the oven to bake with barely a slash or two on the tops. They're delicious! Lots of good holes and that lovely chewy texture and slightly sour taste, with a nice colour from the organic ww flour. I don't have pictures because I don't have a camera, but when I finally get around to making the bread from my totally commercial-yeast-free starters, I'll ask my nephew if he can take a couple of pictures and post them. I'm thrilled! Didn't think it would work out at all, since the recipe called for a tsp. of yeast which I decided to leave out, but they rose and they taste really good! If anyone's thinking of giving up, DON'T! It's worth all the sweating and worrying.