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Living in Alaska I had heard stories from Old Timers of making and storing Sourdough. I just had to try it out. Sourdough was a staple worth its weight in gold in the 1880’s.

Sourdough will not spoil or mold if stored correctly. Ingredients in Sourdough can be added
to keep it to the volume you need. Biscuits, pancakes, bread, muffins are just a few of
the foods that can be made with sourdough, and they sure are enjoyable. This book will give
the reader the instructions for starting an Alaskan Sourdough pot, how to keep it, store it
and how to bake with it.

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