If I understand it correctly, Chuck really isn't sourdough. He is more of a levain. I think. Every time I read about bread I get another description that changes my mind. The most recent one said that sourdough is more like what you think of when you have 'San Francisco' style sourdough bread---bread that actually does have a sour taste. Bread made with levain has little to no sour taste at all. <---That's the type of bread that Chuck produces and I'm glad because I don't really like sourdough breads.
Perhaps I'm still wrong, but Lunch with Levain sounds better than Lunch with Sourdough, so for now--I'm sticking with Levain.
La grigne could use a bit of practice. But I think it's the age (well over a year--maybe approaching two?) and dullness of the lame contributing to a less than stellar slash.
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Dream. We used damp rocks to draw and write on other rocks. Only some rocks work well; they make a paste like 'paint' that easily washes off with a little water and rubbing. Or a few rainfalls.
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