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SOURDOUGH LIBRARY...FACT, FICTION OR SCIENCE? THEREâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S A LIBRARY FOR SOURDOUGHS, REALLY? BY BRETT NOY <PM[M_MZMUaÃ&#x2026;Z[\\PW]OP\[_PMV1PMIZLIJW]\\PM8]ZI\W[;W]ZLW]OP4QJZIZaQV;\>Q\P*MTOQ]U On further thought, why shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t there be a library, there are a lot of similarities between sourdoughs and books; particularly those of history, education, and science. Like books, sourdoughs tell a story, and can take you on a journey of discovery, they can preserve the history, and culture of generations of bakers and again, TQSMJWWS[WVTaWNNMZJMVMÃ&#x2026;\QNOQ^MVI\\MV\QWV][MLIVL]VLMZ[\WWL

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Australasian Baker Magazine Issue 33  
Australasian Baker Magazine Issue 33