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Sourdough Bread Making Kit

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  • Step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions and how-to videos guide you through the whole process
  • Includes all equipment to make perfectly crusty homemade sourdough bread
  • Assembled in New York, NY. Made in China
Materials
Fabric, metal, wood, plastic
Includes
Round natural fiber banneton, fabric banneton cover, bread lame, replaceable blades, bench scraper, dough scraper
Dimensions
9.4" x 9.4" x 4"
Weight
1.5 lbs

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Small Business Support
Sustainable Living
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Sourdough Bread Making Kit

starting at $47.95
Learn to maintain your own sourdough starter · Speciality baking equipment
Small Business Support
Sustainable Living
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Erica Shea

FarmSteady makes fun, easy-to-use kits that empower the kitchen-curious to reach new and delicious DIY heights. From mozzarella to classic dill pickles, rainbow bagels or traditional New York style bagels, FarmSteady wants you to revel in the kitchen by savoring foods you’d never imagine making at home. They'll equip you with the right tools and knowledge to make foods that taste as good (if not better!) as what you can buy in a store or order at a restaurant. Born and based in Brooklyn, their small team of DIY enthusiasts is here to support you every step of the way with detailed, step-by-step instructions and quick, friendly customer service. They're here to help you understand what it is you’re eating, how it’s grown, how it’s cooked and how you can truly make it your own.
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