Sourdough is wonderful whether it is sourdough bread, sourdough donuts, sourdough biscotti, sourdough anything. 

In my research over the past few years I have come to the conclusion that many people can eat grains if they properly prepared.  Proper preparation is easily accomplished with the use of sourdough as the sourdough medium effectively ferments and transforms the hard to digest parts of the grain, thus making them readily useable in the body.  Grains contain many valuable vitamins and minerals which can be a help nutritionally to us if our bodies are able to break the grain down into useable parts. 

This page is a collection of all my posts on sourdough, gluten free and those with gluten.  I contribute to several blogs as well as manage Purposeful Nutrition and The Entwife’s Journal. 

Purposeful Nutrition (this blog):

Why I Love Sourdough So Much

Totally Awesome Gluten Free Sourdough Bread with Quinoa and Flax.

Quinoa Sourdough, Purposeful NutritionHow to Make a Gluten Free Quinoa Sourdough Starter

Making (or Getting)  Your Own Sourdough Starter

Sourdough Quinoa Flax Crackers

Gluten Free Sourdough Crackers at Purposeful Nutrition

Gluten Free Sourdough Crackers at Purposeful Nutrition

Gluten Free Sourdough Company Review

The Entwife’s Journal (my Tumblr blog)

My Basic Wheat Sourdough Sandwich Bread

Sourdough Donuts

Sourdough Chocolate Cake

Sourdough Squash Rolls

Natural Family Today (A site I contribute to)

Sourdough Benefits and my recipe for Basic Sourdough Bread

Sourdough Rye Bread

Grain Mill Wagon – A site I particpated in for the Grain Mill Challenge with a Wondermill

Sourdough Millet-Oat Sandwich Bread

Sourdough Wheat Pretzels

Double Chocolate Sourdough Biscotti


My Sourdough Pinterest Board with recipes from here and lots of others I have found.




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