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Occasionally we end up with more sourdough bread in our house than we can eat. I do freeze slices, but sometimes if my sourdough is going a bit past it, then I love making this date and walnut bread and butter pudding. It is sliceable, so if you want to eat it warm with custard like a traditional bread pudding you can, but you can also cut yourself a slice and warm in the oven for 10 minutes. It dries out, and gets slightly toast like on the outside, and
A lovely day. Vanessa’s enthusiasm for all things sourdough is contagious. (On arrival she was already halfway through trying out a recipe for croissants.) Her approach is relaxed and conversational but somehow, over the day, we learnt her techniques for bread making from start to finish, leaving with one loaf ready to eat and another to bake that evening – along with a healthy dollop of Vanessa’s ‘mother’ to get us started at home. (Her father, meanwhile, was a welcome visitor, bringing with him the wine to accompany a delicious lunch.) Really looking forward to experimenting and practising at home with much more confidence than I had beforehand.