Sourdough: nm Sourdough (or sourdough) is a mixture obtained by a symbiotic culture of lactic bacteria (lactobacillus) and yeasts developing in a mixture of wholemeal flour and water. The dough obtained is used to make sourdough bread, to which it gives its specific taste compared to bread mounted on yeast. The particular acidity that sourdough bread can present is, in fact, due to the lactic acid and acetic acid produced by the lactic bacteria...
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