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Why Did We All Think of Sourdough?

How the bread-making trend shows that we’re all plugged in to the motherboard

Photo by Rodolfo Marques on Unsplash

I swear that I was ahead of the sourdough fad. Even though I birthed my first loaf just this morning, that slightly charred final product, which was gone by evening, took weeks of preparation to achieve.




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Dakota Morlan

Dakota Morlan

News reporter and writer from the land of bullfrogs, cattle and cannabis. To read more, visit dakotamorlan.com and subscribe. @DakotaNMorlan

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