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Bagels Made without commercial yeast. Not as hard as they sound. This is a large recipe for my bosch mixer. Makes 20 full size bagels! You could probably make 40 - 3 oz bagels on two baking sheets! 
Biscuits Make these as cinnamon sugar rolls! Or make them big squares for egg sandwiches. 
Chocolate Cake We'll see! Making 1 9x13 cake, but I'm pretty sure I'll soon want to double this recipe. 
Ciabatta Rolls White flour with a crusty exterior but soft inside. Perfect for Hot melty sandwiches. 
Cinnamon Bread A thick rich raisin and cinnamon swirl amid whole wheat bread! 
Cinnamon Rolls This is my choice cinnamon roll recipe currently. Light enough, not too sweet, balanced for all my cinnamon roll aficionados. This is naturally leavened with the starter only! 
Easy Bread Basket Rolls No commercial yeast and easy to handle dough. Nothing fancy, just good bread! 
Elephant Ears Sourdough version so it is packed with flavor and fried in coconut oil it is healthy enough to eat lots! 
Everyday Loaves Basic recipe is 4 loaves - 96 oz dough. BUT also included is 5 larger loaves - 144 oz - 9 lb dough. Baked in perforated french bread pans, 4 or 5 loaves in one baking! 
Flatbread Simple mix without a long rise. Quickly and easily baked on a stone. Makes 10 flatbreads. 
Focaccia - Also for sheet pan pizza This recipe has no commercial yeast. 
French Bread Taken from the Everyday loaves, I added all-purpose flour and it changed the texture more than I expected. These are lighter with less 'chew'. 
Fry Bread - Quick Quick to mix and quick to fry. Makes great sandwiches. This sourdough version is still under trial! 
Hamburger Buns Uses commercial yeast. These are light but will lick up all the juices from your hamburger. 
Hot Dog Buns/Hoagie Rolls Using commercial yeast, these are fluffy so the hot dog sinks into the bun properly! Sourdough is added for flavor. 
Mom's really big pancakes This is an overnight sourdough recipe which makes thinner pancakes which are spongy and springy. I make them in a 12 inch carbon-steel pan so they are big! Too bad I can't flip them in the air. 
Mother Starter This is a stiff starter. It is a 1:3 ratio, starter to flour. It has the same feel as a final dough. I find it easy to use and especially easy to keep in the fridge.This is 70% hydration. Also I use half all purpose white flour and half whole wheat bread flour. 
Muffins or Coffee Cake Use your extra mother starter in this quick mix bread. This recipe does not use an overnight ferment. 
Muffins or Coffee Cake - Overnight This recipe uses an overnight (or 8 hour) ferment. 
Multigrain Artisan Two loaves, no commercial yeast. 
Pizza Mix it in the morning and use it for dinner! Yet still has great sourdough taste. I am also baking this on TWO huge 2/3 size sheet pans. Who doesn't want left-over pizza? 
Pizza - Cheesy Skillet Pan Pizza Uses your sourdough starter, even older tired starter. Mixes by hand in a bowl, in case I already have dough in the mixer and extra starter on hand. 
Pumpernickle A dark rye bread. Good with beer and cheddar cheese! 
Pumpkin Loaf An artisan style pumpkin bread. Not as pumpkin tasting as a quick bread, but will bring a smile and satisfied sigh in the fall! 
Rye Bread Try it with all sorts of sandwiches! If you don't put in the caraway seeds it is a mild rich loaf. 
Soft White Rolls and Burger Rolls Made without commercial yeast. If you must form the rolls and refrigerate, they will be more sour than if you can accomplish the recipe all in one day. 
Waffles Bake in the waffle iron then allow a short stay in a warm oven for the most crispy waffles, yet with a moist flavorful insides. 
White Sandwich Bread Soft and chewy extremely flavorful sandwich bread. Slice it thin for sandwiches, though. Makes 11 lb bread dough! SIX 32 oz loaves. 
WW Sandwich Bread Big batch to fill the bosch mixer - 8 1/2 lb dough. Nice sourdough and wheat taste but light texture. All my loaves keep a week on the counter. A good go-to for hearty soup or PBJ. 

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