What is sourdough bread and what do you eat with it?

Sourdough bread is a type of bread that is made using a sourdough starter, which is a mixture of flour and water that has been fermented by wild yeast and lactobacilli bacteria. The fermentation process gives the bread its distinctive tangy flavor and chewy texture.

Sourdough bread can be eaten in many different ways, depending on personal preference. Some people enjoy it toasted with butter or jam for breakfast, while others use it as a base for sandwiches or toasties. It can also be served alongside soups and stews, or used as a dipper for sauces and spreads. Some people even use sourdough bread as a pizza crust! The possibilities are endless.

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